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Cinderella

Mothers of Step are more often then not, A cruel, twisted and unpleasant lot. This one was no exception to the rule, And had two ugly daughters just as cruel. Now, there lived another girl in the house, Not quite pretty but not really a grouse. And as it is in all stories of old, […]

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What happened to Charlie?

A tall, stretchy gentleman, with knobbly knees Called Charlie Eldridge, if you please One bright morning woke up to find, His cricket bat poking through his behind. With a yelp, Charlie jumped off the bed, And found another shock instead. His hands were transparent, so were his feet, This time Charlie gave a little bleat. […]

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The Fisherman & The Genie

Once upon a time, in a land far away, A fisherman set out with his net on a sleigh. He had a wife and 3 children to feed, Some big, fat fish was his only greed. You would agree then with his distress, When the first 3 lots were stones, shells and a general mess. […]

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The Princess And The Pea

I don’t know what has gotten into Kings, They always seem to want the silliest things. Let me narrate the story of one I knew, Who tried to bite off more than he could chew. Here is what he said to all he met, His perfect girl, his brunette. ‘There is this girl I want […]

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The Emperor’s New Clothes

This story starts, as do all, with a mighty King, invited to a ball, His biggest worry though, was to have his importance grow. And the only way he knew how to do that, was to have a new wardrobe, stat. So he sent far and wide, and weavers from all across the Kingdom tried. […]

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