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So Many, Many Frogs   1520.03.21  
Creators: Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Writer), Edward Cammarota (Patron)
Rraneffa tries to tempt Esarrali from her slow, meticulous study of The Waterfalls' many frogs, but it takes something more to distract her.
Posted: 05/11/11      [3 Comments] ~ 89 words.
 

Esarrali plucked a tiny orange frog out of huge, pink flower, releasing a heady scent and a tiny puff of yellow pollen. Careful not to harm the frog, she dropped it into one of her glass jars. Then, with a practiced twist of her fingers, she tied a cloth over the top before the frog could jump back out again. She could tell where her fingers had touched it, because some of the pollen had been rubbed off of it.

Rraneffa picked up the jar and looked at it.

Author's Notes

This story was inspired by the prompt "Froggy Day" from the January 2011 Muse Fusion.

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Rraneffa, Esarrali,

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