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A Short Tale A few miles south of your usual city packed with loud, noisy, busy people lay a small village of friendly folk. It was Spring in the land and in that one rural village the orchards blossomed, birds sung and the sun did not want to stray from this peaceful green valley. Only one particular person could hear the sound of trickling water at that precise moment, a Master Will Briscoe. He lay peacefully against one of the white blossom trees. His tatty breeches and white shirt flickered around in the wind. His toe poking out of a hole in his sock felt light blossom brush against it tenderly touching the surface. ...read more.


"Tom, Brown," Will replied while nodding at each of them in turn. Brown as he was called was the second, larger and grubbier of the two boys, his actual name was Tim, Tim Brown. But his friends felt the name Tim just didn't suit him and with not much brains between the lads Brown seemed like an easy and suitable name. So Brown it was and they had stuck to that name since their first meetings of each other. "Will, you got a moment?" Tom asked. "They're wanting hands to help prepare for the festival tonight," he finished. "Sure," Will replied, "I was only down here to get away from the house." ...read more.


Ray shouted enthusiastically. "Going to help with the festival?" "Yes," Will replied while casting quizzical looks at the others. "We can all go together right?" asked Ray. "Sure," Will answered. By the time they had arrived there was only a few hours till the festival begun. They moved over towards the man who seemed to be directing everyone about. "Hello there," the man boomed. He was large, balding and his only other distinguishable feature was his button nose. His name was Riordan, Captain Riordan when addressed. "Sorry lads we've just finished setting up for the evening, so you can't get any discounts for helping to set up, so go home freshen up and spend lots of money tonight," he said while chuckling to himself. Will, Tom, Brown, and Ray split up. "See you later guys!" Will called while walking home to prepare for the night's festival. ...read more.

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