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Fog in the Land of Hyster

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Fog in the Land of Hyster

Once upon a time in the Land of Hyster dense gray settled over the kingdom. The beautiful green rolling hills, the dancing daffodils and blooming roses, the singing brooks and the bright sunshine could not be seen because a fog as thick as potato soup had enveloped the land.

In the midst of this murkiness the princesses ran in circles trying to find each other and their treasures. They ran in circles trying to find their jewels, their gold, and their words. Reaching out for each other, they would find a hand of another princess only to have the hand slip away in the gray fog. They would call out to each other, only to lose the very words they were using. Tripping over their own feet and pausing to try to figure out where they were, the princess fell to the ground in exhaustion. Then, in desperation, the punctured princesses hollered out for the king and for his help.

The king, sitting in the throne room, did not see the fog himself until he glanced out the window of the castle. He looked to the west, fog! He looked to the east, fog! He looked north. He looked south. He looked over his entire kingdom from his throne room and saw patches of fog clouding the Land of Hyster.

Thinking fast, the king invited the Jester of the Kingdom of the Sun for a visit. He thought the princesses needed some merriment and sunshine to drive the fog away. The king asked that the Jester of the Sun come quickly, without delay. And so, while the princesses ran around and around in the gray fog trying to find their things, the Jester of the Sun appeared in the valley . Shining brightly and dancing merrily over the green hills, the jester jumped up and down, dancing round and round.

He danced among the princesses calling them by their names. He held them tightly as they twirled in the light. And soon, in very little time the fog was gone. It was driven out by the wind (created from all the dancing) and the bright sun. Thrilled at the fun and the clear blue skies, the princesses all laughed and applauded. And sitting right beside them were all the things they thought they had lost in the fog. Their jewels, their gold, their words were still right there. Why, their treasures had never been missing at all!

Sending a message to the king of many thanks, the princesses smiled and frollicked around the hills in the Land of Hyster having all their treasures. And so, they danced and lived happily without fog (and of course were hormonally balanced) ever after. The End.

04-12-2003 - 02:51 PM


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