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The listeners

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Introduction

The listeners

        Standing in the misty distance was a shadowy forest; trees swaying, rough leaves softly whispering in the wind. White moon-beams shone brightly upon the woodland that lay below. In the sky, dancing beams of light caught sight of a neglected tower. The ancient turret stood covered in gloomy climbing ivy in a clearing of the forest floor.

        An extremely weary traveller came out through the damp vegetation. He emerged from his drained stead. Swooping above him, birds flew into the hazy night. With the sound of jiggling spurs smashed the moon-lit beams. Yet he proceeded towards the fortress.

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Middle

        Tried and incredibly hungry, the elderly gentleman again knocked ferociously onto the ingress. However with a massive roar he yelled “Is anybody there?” Once again his cry was met by zilch. The tall perplexed vagabond stood unease, eavesdropping into the magical surroundings around him. The drowsy explorer found a small window under the climbing ivy. He slowly bent down to only find a shadowy staircase lied in front of him.

Suddenly the trekker rose up. His awareness had sense that there was a presence around him. But what is there? The wrinkly back of the itinerant began to shrive. Although the lengthy

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Conclusion

 The tired explorer departed swiftly and silently, through the rustling foliage and the whispering of trees; that now all stood hazy behind him, the wanderer had done his promise. Yet now he was gone.

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