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Once there was a llama named Steve. He was a lonely llama cause he was the only one left in the Land of Tiger Mountain. He had survived by hiding using his magical cape that turns into anything he wants. Steve knew he could survive living up on top of Tiger Mountain but he was lonely. He wanted to find other llamas. He believed there was a place out there where llamas could live peacefully. A llama paradise. Steve went to the edge of a cliff. "Blaaaaah" he said and the cape turns into a glider. He got on it and glided to the bottom of the mountain.
He walked for miles until he came across the edge of the Oh-Gag-Me Dessert. The winds would be harsh and the smell of the ground was horrible and let me tell you that the ground isn't mad of sand...So Steve said "Blaaaah, Blaaaah" and his magical cape turned into a gas mask, and a can tine for water. He started his long trek into the dessert.
Days gone by and yet the dessert kept on going. The can tine was near empty and the ground was getting more harder to trek through because he kept sinking. And then the thought came to him. If he was sinking then that means that the...ground, was wet and that means water! Steve said, "Blaaaah" and his can tine turned into snow-boot-like shoes and Steve ran across the dessert until final he came to nice clean land.
Steve spent two days of recuperation and then set off again on his search for a llama paradise. The dessert far behind him, Steve came across the ocean. But not just any ocean, it was the Jell-O-Jell Ocean. It would be difficult for any normal llama to cross it but luckily, Steve had his magical cape. He said, "Blaaaah, blaaaaah" and it turned into a boat and a giant spoon for a paddle. Steve never had to worry bout food cause he could get it from the ocean. After three days, Steve saw in the distance the Puddoin Sea. The sea was made of chocolate pudding but not just any; it was Oreo Chocolate Pudding, every llama’s favorite food. Steve was so excited he jumped out of his boat and swam to shore, eating all the way. When he got to land he was surprised to see that the entire beach was full of llamas and the land was full of llamas favorite foods like chocolate milk, tacos. And among other things.
Finally Steve had found his paradise. He looked back to the Jell-O-Jell Ocean and saw that his magical cape sank into its depths. He decided that he didn't need it though for he has found his paradise and he lived there till the end of his days. He found a girl, had baby llamas, and lived happily ever after.



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The following comments are for "Llama Paradise"
by XeroKraken

aww
Derek, that llama story just totally made my day. ITS SO CUTE and creative. Honestly, It is so good. I loved it. Llama paradise sounds like an amazing place to go. can we go there? lol I love you, and thanks for making me feel better

-love emily

( Posted by: pavlikogirl [Member] On: January 22, 2007 )

llama paradise
i agree with pavlikogirl (emily). that's a sory i would tell my kids (if i had kids). it made me feel warm. thanks.

( Posted by: mercer102 [Member] On: January 25, 2007 )

Hi
Kaci read your story and wants me to tell you she liked it. I like it too.

( Posted by: DarkSakura72 [Member] On: February 1, 2007 )





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