Background Pony

Background Pony My name is Lyra Heartstrings and you will not remember me You won t even remember this conversation Just like with everypony else I ve ever met everything I do or say will be forgotten Every letter

My name is Lyra Heartstrings, and you will not remember me You won t even remember this conversation Just like with everypony else I ve ever met, everything I do or say will be forgotten Every letter I ve written will appear blank every piece of evidence I ve left behind will end up missing I m stuck here in Ponyville because of the same curse that has made me so forgMy name is Lyra Heartstrings, and you will not remember me You won t even remember this conversation Just like with everypony else I ve ever met, everything I do or say will be forgotten Every letter I ve written will appear blank every piece of evidence I ve left behind will end up missing I m stuck here in Ponyville because of the same curse that has made me so forgettable Still, that doesn t stop me from doing the one thing that I love making music If my melodies find their way into your heart, then there is still hope for me If I can t prove that I exist, I can at least prove that my love for each and every one of you exists Please, listen to my story, my symphony, for it is me.
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  • Logan says:

    I have an understandably difficult time admitting that a confounded My Little Pony fanfiction has changed my life and my entire perspective on the human experience. I'm going to admit it anyways. This book has occupied my time and most of my day-to-day thoughts for a good 4 months now, because it encompasses so many facets of what makes our life so beautiful and significant. Family relationships - Friendship - Heroism - Industry - Pain - The inevitability of death - LoveMost importantly, what it [...]

  • Sam Wurth says:

    My favorite story. Other authors have, perhaps, more practiced writing, other books may be more quickly recognizable as classics, and certainly others are shorter in length. Nevertheless, this beautiful tale has captured my heart and mind more than any other. I have read it several times, and I still feel the need to read it again.Do not be off-put by the subject matter- the fact that they are ponies is irrelevant to the real meaning of the story. Neither should you lend weight to the author's p [...]

  • Jordan says:

    How would you feel and what would you do if you suddenly became cursed so that no one could remember you and all evidence of your existence would be erased? The longer you think about it, the more you realize:- how hellish that situation would be.- the intricate role of memories in human relationships.- how thankful you are for the people who know you as a person.That is the strength of Background Pony. It explores some interesting (and uncomfortable) questions about human nature from just about [...]

  • A. says:

    Not a review proper, just some short notes• The plot was very good and I have no qualms with it. Do not want to discuss it in any detail in order to avoid spoilers, but in short: very interesting premise and realistic personal journey, excellent ending. Brings up many very interesting subjects and makes you think - see Jordan's review for more on this.• The language was often much too flowery for my tastes. I didn't mind it during "reflective" parts since it has its charm, however it serious [...]

  • Balaram Briant says:

    (beware spoilers)Background Pony is a novel written with foresight and metaphysics that hold fast until the second to last chapter. The book is sterling, and I highly recommend it for its development of a background character of little significance into an altruist of the highest calibre - a character whose understanding of the tenets of Friendship is Magic runs deepest and persists throughout infinite hardship unto desolation. The near-gaudy metaphor is endearing and a hallmark of the author's [...]

  • Wlsw says:

    Read this on a whim. The premise of this story was great and the author's intentions to express many of the values that he/she clearly holds to is commendable. However,it seems that the prose is so often punctuated by flowery language that draws away from the message.The author does have many points to get across, but drowns them in fanciful language in the process. It's just too much and shows signs of an author trying TOO hard.I by no means am saying that the author is trying to cover up a wea [...]

  • Joshua Echague says:

    I have never in my life have ever read something as beautiful as this. "I couldn't stop thinking that a true guardian angel's merit is not measured in what she holds onto, but in what she gives up."

  • Rhece Ehlert says:

    This book has changed my view on many things it's beautifully written chapters have moved, inspired, and shocked me. I can not give this book justice and that's saying something.

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