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52 Dragons: 32 - ThalwegIt was hard work being a river dragon. Thalweg was in charge of making sure the water kept flowing, dealing with the fishes complaints, and that beavers got building permits for their dams. Hed had enough. It was time for a vacation. So on his door Thalweg hung a sign: Gone Fishing.
52 Dragons: 31 - WrightAll the other dragons laughed at Wright and his flying machine. Dragons werent meant to fly in machines, they had wings. It would never work, they told Wright, but he ignored them. The day for takeoff came, and all the dragons were amazed when Wrights machine flew. When it crashed, they laughed.
52 Dragons: 30 - DoorknobDoorknob was your typical fire breathing green dragon living in a cave with his horde. He had kidnapped a princess in hopes of eating the knights that came to save her, but when none came to the rescue, Doorknob consulted the bear. Said the bear, Thats not a princess, thats a horse.
52 Dragons: 29 - PineconePinecone was often told he looked more like a flying squirrel then any dragon. With his small size he certainly didnt look intimidating, but when Pinecone leaped down onto you from above, teeth bared for the kill, everyone found him scary. Except Bigfoot, he just wondered why a squirrel was attacking him.
52 Dragons: 28 - RexIt was discovered on a paleontological dig and named Rex. Radioisotope dating revealed it to be older then previously uncovered dragon fossils. Rex was declared the oldest dragon and put on display. But Rex wasnt a fossil, he was an old hibernating bone dragon, much to the museum curators surprise and demise.
52 Dragons: 27 - ThunderThunder lived in the clouds, dark gray rain clouds that were the same color as himself. He didnt have wings, Thunder wasnt a flying dragon, he danced. With the rain and wind as his stormy music, Thunder would sometimes dance for hours. His steps, leaps and tail thumps shaking the world below.
God's UmbrellaGods Umbrella
Peter Shiel, a twenty-three year old currently out of work sales clerk, stared up at the sky wondering if there was any all-powerful being in control of everything. If there was, he figured it hated him. In the last week his dad had died, his girlfriend dumped him, he lost his job, and his dog ran away. On top of that hed caught a cold and now couldnt even wonder at the existence of god without sniffling every two seconds.
Life was crap, and Peter was sitting in the middle of a field five miles from anywhere of significance pondering why God hated him so much. He had gone for a walk, his haze of despair sending him far from known territories so that when he finally realized where he was he didnt know where he was, just where hed come from. He didnt mind being lost, he wasnt really. He knew town was behind him and their was nothing more then empty fields before him.&
52 Dragons: 26 - WinkleA long time ago, the dragon Winkle fell asleep and didnt wake up. Years went by and time buried the soundly snoring dragon. Grass was planted and the land was transformed into a golf course. Then one day without warming, Winkle woke up and flew off, taking the ninth green with him.
My Roommate the PenguinMy roommate the penguin
Likes to be called Fred
He prefers the room cold
And puts ice in his bed
He wears a tuxedo
To work everyday
And likes fish for dinner
Bought fresh from the bay
He'll have his friends over
And throws big parties
Which can end in a mess
But he always says sorry
I won't ever complain
He pays the bills on time
Which is quite a bit better
Than my roommate the mime
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