Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Thomas' Third 510th Story

1.            510.        Once upon a time, there was a king without a castle.  The king without a castle went into the Parthenon because nobody was living in the Parthenon.  The king without a castle stood and watched the rain.  A Thomas named Thomas watched the king.  
“Is your dress a costume?” asked Thomas.
“No,” said the king.  “This is not a costume; these are the clothes of Ancient Greece.”
“Why do your clothes shine like jewels?” asked Thomas.
“My clothes shine like jewels because they are jewels,” said the king.
“Why does your body look like the tile in my family room?” asked Thomas.
“My body is made of marble,” said the king.  “I am a statue.”
“If you are a statue, why are you talking?” asked Thomas.
But the statue king with the marble body and the jewel clothes did not answer.  He just stared at the rain.
The End.

Thomas' Third 509th Story

1.         509.        Once upon a time, there was a Thomas named Thomas.  He was swimming in his pool.  It was cold in his pool, and Thomas got cold.  Thomas got granny fingers.  So Thomas got out of his pool, and he was still cold, but his granny fingers went away.
The End.

Thomas' Third 508th Story

1.          508.       Once upon a time, there was a man who could control the cold weather.  His name was Frosty Mumola.  He made it snow in South Carolina in August, and he made the Amazon River slippery with ice.  Frosty Mumola was kind of a bad guy.
The End.

Thomas' Third 507th Story

1.          507.      Once upon a time, there was a bad guy.  His name was Squid Lagoon.  He had squid legs, and a person body.  And he had a face like the man in Mary Poppins and in Bed-knobs and Broomsticks.  Squid Lagoon could make lightning come out of the sky to hit other people on the head.  And he could make dark thunderclouds follow people – like the dark thundercloud that was following Thomas.
The End.

Thomas' Third 506th Story

1.         506.      Once upon a time, there were jumble-heads.  They were the jumble-head of Egypt.  They had jackal heads and were made of clay.  And their minds were jumbled. 
The jumble-heads’ minds were so jumbled that they didn’t even know their names.  The sky knew their names.  The sky wrote their names in a zillion stars, but the jumble-heads still didn’t know their names.  They didn’t read star language.
The End.

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Thomas' Third 505th Story

1.          505.        Once upon a time, there was a witch.  She wasn’t mean witch.  And she wasn’t a bad witch.  She was a meddling witch.  She sneaked into the museum and brought the mummies to life.  They were drinking coffee and eating donuts.  Then Mary Poppins came and made them drink tea.
The End.