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The Museum of Mortality (Part 2 of 2)   1520.06.20  
Creators: Elizabeth Barrette (Writer), Amelia Margetts (Patron), Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Inspiration), Ellen Million (Inspiration), mikka (Inspiration), PeggyB (Inspiration), Ellen Million (Illustration)
Brelig works hard to regain his stamina for warsailor work.
Posted: 05/20/13      [No comments yet] ~ 3421 words.
 

This story is rated 'spicy' and may contain racy or violent material. Click to read this content!

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Brelig volunteered for storytime that tenend. He sat in the playground where a "shipwreck" contained a row of benches inside the open hull. A flock of preform children filled the wooden seats, most of them about four or five years old.

"This afternoon I'm telling The Day the Turtles Came," said Brelig. "Long ago, deadly barriers surrounded the islands, and nothing could pass through them. Then they began to collapse, and strange new creatures appeared. When the barrier to the south fell, some new sea monsters arrived. But! Nobody knew that for a while."



The children giggled in their seats.

Author's Notes

This story came out of the May 2012 Muse Fusion. It was inspired by prompts from LiveJournal users ellenmillion, vaerys, wyld_dandelyon, kelkyag, and wytchcroft.


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