Nuisance and the Nine Golden Keys – p.17

May 2, 2013 at 9:14 pm Leave a comment

Keys are made by man, for use by man, so a turkey and a mouse would have great difficulty doing so. Nuisance tried his best to position a key as the bird stabilized the lock with his beak, but they could not seem to do it properly.

“In truth, sir bird, I think that perhaps these keys might be too large for the lock after all,” Nuisance said. “I simply must find another way to free you.”

The gobbler puffed out his feathered chest. “Though ye fail, the attempt alone does me great honor. As man maketh me his supper, my last thought will be that I had a true friend.”

“I intend for you to be my guard, and no man’s supper!” Nuisance glanced around, wary of their surroundings. The dog could not lead the chase for much longer. Taking the keys in his mouth once more, he hid them under a table amid some stacks of fabric, which were so soft that, as he burrowed down into them, he could not help but fall asleep.

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