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with sticky fingers
it left dark
marks all over
the tablecloth causing
it to change
a certain colour
somewhat like green,
leafes or an
orangey blue shade
to make the
laundry lady laugh
her heart out
which was good
for her health
and gave her
a few extra
hours to make
baskets woven from
only using the
tiniest branchlets from
the old farm
by the mill
They could even
use them to
make the finest
woven cooking baskets
in need for
pine-cone soup, which
has an odd
taste of lemon
pepper berries with
meat from the
non-extinct Dodo
They ate most
everything except the
mushroomsoup that was
served in old
cups from the
town dump scavenged
besides the food
which they wouldn't
eat because of
rat feces and
cat fougth so
instead they packaged
was delivered as
chipped beef on
in beorn's garden
Moderator Smilie Lately some of these three-word games aren't making much sense as they are supposed to do; we are trying to write a story in these games, not out-doing each other in randomness. Two prepositions are never strung together without having the object of the first, intervening. So please make what you write smoothly follow the preceding post's wording. Thank you. Moderator Smilie

were bees and
some huge wasps

(sorry i seemed to have got something wrong and messed up the thread with the previous thread)
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