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The story of Oscar (who was not a grouch)

Original post made by Joe on Mar 31, 2012

Oscar padded across the field, his feet leaving tracks in the patches of dust and short grass, his ears alert to the noises of the community of small creatures that lived there.

The noises, that is, that he could detect amidst the soft but persistent clink, clink, clink of the chain around his neck. Being on his own like this, not knowing where his next meal would be or who would be serving it to him, this was new. You see, Oscar was lost.

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Posted by Joe, a resident of Menlo Park: Allied Arts/Stanford Park
on Mar 31, 2012 at 6:15 pm

To the readers: Please continue this story in your own words.

Stories like this are why there is a Fiction category on this forum.

Let's enjoy many co-authors and going to places we don't expect and could not do on our own.


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