Nuisance and the Nine Golden Keys – p.20

May 21, 2013 at 7:42 pm 1 comment

One of the horses, who was a light golden color, spoke up. “We can free your friend without any key,” and stamped its foot. “You can first free us.”

The brown stallion bowed his head down to where Nuisance was. “These ropes are binding, and you have strong teeth.”

Nuisance caught on quickly, and began to gnaw at the leads and harnesses that held the horses in the barn. It took many hours, but when he was done, the horses ran out at top speed, straight to the tent, toppling and trampling every animal pen, cage and container in their path, along with many of the tables and chairs, and almost some of the people sitting there.

Nuisance started out to find the gobbler, but the chaos forced him back into the barn to seek shelter. He watched as all the various creatures and humans ran around in panic, trying to get out of harm’s way, and finally the tent itself came down with a huge whoosh of air, and the horses disappeared through the trees.

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  • 1. Craig T. Adams  |  May 21, 2013 at 10:13 pm

    Cue “The Great Escape” theme…! 🙂

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