It Happened One NightEponine Thenardier found herself huddled under a bridge for the night, she didn't wish to face her father that night and decided to tough out the rain under the bridge. Soon her eyelids grew heavy and sleep was upon her as the sound of the rain lulled her to sleep, but not even five minutes later she received a rude awakening.It Happened One Night by MimiMarquez16
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"'Ey watcha' doin' 'ere?" A girl stood above her, she looked similar to Éponine, but this girl looked even more pitiful than she, if that was even possible. Like Éponine, she had long, matted, brown hair, the chemise she wore barely hung on her thin shoulders, string was tied around her stick thin waist and in her hair. Her voice was as gruff as a sailors and she looked more like a ghost than a human, it truly was an awful sight to behold.
Not that Eponine was much better off herself, like the other girl she she was thin from lack of food and her hair unkempt. Her clothing consisted of just a chemise and skirt, but she did have a coat she nick
A Real FamilyA Real Family by CaeliaDiMekio
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"There she is!" Fantine nearly screamed with joy. A little ways up the road, the tiny brunette girl dropped her bucket and ran into her mother's waiting arms.
"Maman!" she sobbed. "Oh, Maman, I missed you!"
"Cosette, my Cosette," Fantine whispered again and again. "Jean, this is her. This is Cosette." Cosette looked up in wonder at the bearded man with the graying brown hair. "Cosette, this is Monsieur Valjean. We've just come from the Thénardiers. We're going to be together again, just like before."
"No, Fantine, not like before," Valjean said kindly, but firmly. He bent down so he was eye to eye with the little girl. "Cosette, I've asked your mother if she will allow me to be a part of your family. She has agreed. Will you? Do you want me as a father?"
For a very long time, she did not speak. Then, she reached out from her mother's embrace to grab his hand and smiled.