Five Card Story: The Bell Key and the Sun Lock

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a Five Card Flickr story by Benjamin Quinn Krueger created Sep 27 2014, 05:05:49 pm. Create a new one!

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A long time ago, in a town farther west than West Virginia, which was called Deharmina, there was an ancient relic called the Bell Key. When joined with the Sun Lock, it was said to bring happiness to Deharmina and grant a wish to he who unlocked it. 1,000,000 years after creation of Bell Key and Sun Ring: In the small town of Chocokin, there was a boy who was sitting near a fire, when suddenly, rustlllle, there was a noise, it sounded like it was coming from a nearby shrub, "Hum?" the boy thought, the boy's name was Brian. "I better check it out," but when he peeked through, WHOOSH! He was swept away, to a parallel world, in the town of Deharmina. When he arrived he heard about the Bell Key, and how it could grant wishes, " Aha! That's how I can get back home!" And that's exactly what he tried. On his search for the Bell Key, he heard a plea," Help! Please retrieve the Bell Key on the peak of Mount Wakahoua and bring peace to us!" "Wakahoua? Ah! Where would I put this Bell Key?" " Place it on the safe in the House of Dimensions." 1 day later, on the top of Mount Wakahoua: "The Bell Key! One step closer to the way back home!" Brian exclaimed. On his way back to Deharmina, meteors fell from the sky, "Oh, no," Brian thought, " Oh, the House of Dimensions!!!" As Brian ran, he noticed that everyone evacuated, "Better hurry!" Brain said. When he arrived at the House of Dimensions, Brian noticed a meteor c9oming straight for him, "Lord, no." He hurried in quickly, put the Bell Key on the Sun Lock,and said "Goodbye, Deharmina." Did he escape, was he a second to late? Only God knows.

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