Adele had been working in her room for about two hours, but all the work and finger pricks had finally payed off. Her doll was finished.
"I'll name you Jonne." Adele hugged her new doll. She began to take the doll everywhere with her. School, stores, family outings, everywhere. Her family were glad to see her proud of her work.
Two months had passed, and odd things began to happen at Adele's house. First, they didn't seem like much. Jonne would simply disappear and reappear. Adele was sure she had just misplaced him. Then, some more startling things. She would find Jonne in her doll house, laying on the bed with two of the Barbie dolls her uncle had sent from America. Jonne would also be slouching with one of Adele's father's special bottles. Lucky for Adele, her brother was blamed, and would have to do extra chores around the house. One night, Adele got out of bed to get some water. As she went down stairs, she heard the sound of fiddles and raspy joiking. As she went downstairs lyrics began to form,
"Niin hilijaisen, näen hilijaisen näen kulkueen miin mustan, niin tunman mustan hiljaisen näen surussa kulkevan kädet on siipinä, niin on kädet suojana suojana siivet silmäin surun silmäin, kädet siipinä eessä mustan hunnun kulkueen näen länteen, hiljaa, niin lipuu hiljaa länteen kulkueen niin tumman leskein, niin mustan nuornain leskein jol kädet siipinä, suojana silmäin käet siipinä leskein hiljaa kuulen surun laulun kuulen laulun katkeran hyrinän hyisen leskein, kivun tunnen kivun kuoleman näen minä tumman taivaan, palavan taivaanrannan minä nään tuulesta kuulen hyisen huuon sodan kylmän huuon."
Adele peered across the corner, and saw Jonne dancing with a bottle of her father's Vodka. She saw that he had grown stag horns. Jonne stopped, and turned around. He saw Adele, smiled, and crumpled to the ground.
I was listening to Korpiklaani and got this idea in my head for a doll to be possessed by their spirit. Just imagine that Adele is speaking Finnish.