Five Card Story: Over the Rainbow!

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a Five Card Flickr story by Anne Traister created Nov 03 2010, 06:40:50 pm. Create a new one!

flickr photo credits: (1) bionicteaching (2) lesliemb (3) Serenae (4) cogdogblog (5) hummingcrow

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One day I was driving along the interstate when I noticed a beautiful rainbow in the sky. I immediately thought of the old legend that there is gold at the end of the rainbow. It looked like the end of the rainbow was not that far away so I decided to drive to it and see if I could find the end. I drove until I came to a field where the rainbow seemed to begin. I parked my car and started walking to towards the center of the field. As I approached the center I saw in the distance two black figures. The forms were right next to the rainbow. As I approached the forms I realized that it was a mother and baby gorilla. I was shocked and about to turn around when the mother gorilla suddenly turned to me and spoke. She said, "Are you perhaps looking for gold?" I was speechless and just nodded my head because I could not believe a gorilla had spoken to me. The gorilla continued saying, I will tell you where the gold is if you return and give some to me." I agreed that I would give her some of the gold and she continued saying, "Over there is an airplane which will take you to the place where the gold is. Hurry and return because my child and I are hungry." I looked off into the distance and saw an airplane coming directly towards me. The gorilla said, "Get on the plane and it will take you to the gold." So, I boarded the single passenger plane and it magically began to fly. After an hour or so the plane landed in a dessert area. The door opened and I got off the plane. There sitting in the desert was a treasure chest. I opened the chest and found....peaches. I was confused and disappointed but realized that the peaches were gold in the eyes of the hungry gorillas. I boarded the plane again and returned to the gorillas in the field who were overjoyed at my return and their peaches. The End!

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