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The Child and his Parishioner Vibrant lights were shining from the heavens on one particularly exciting spring afternoon as four enchanting boys galloped swiftly towards home School was everlasting that day and the boys had a craving for something to drink The hard pelting rain from the night before had caused scattered puddles of crystal clear water to form in certain areas The boys afraid of drinking straight from the puddle made brilliant paper cups out of the glossy sheets of paper from their spelling books One of the boys an outcast that was seemingly different from the others decided he would drink straight from the glowing puddle rather than waste a precious sheet of his spelling text And so this precarious boy defied the others He laid his puckered lips to the cool temperature of the water and began to suck the water into his mouth The water with its reflection ability showed the face of the young boy as he was fulfilling his rather overdue thirst The others had a specific purpose in making their drinking cups so they could see what swam in the water they were swallowing Snakes were what the boys knew were swimming and slithering throughout the relaxing water The defiant boy was still slurping aggressively at the thirst quenching water when something slithered into his mouth He noticed the tail end of something twitch as it was entering the realms of the unknown He tried to stop the creature from entering into his feeble body but it was too late The snake had forced its way into his water filled mouth and the child had swallowed the spawn of an evil creature As the stood back up and faced the reality of what had just happened he was confronted by the other boys Hey you just swallowed a snake did you not The young lad was embarrassed as the other boys began to taunt him
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