The Mixing of the Kinds

Once upon a time, there was a girl. She led what seemed to be a
great life. She had a nice home, lots of friends, and happiness.
Deep down, this girl was not so happy. She did not feel that her
friends were true, and at times, her nice home was not so nice.
Now maybe she was being ungrateful, or maybe she only longed for
a true friend, but she was not happy.
Over a short time, she found a friend in a very unlikely place.
You see, her friend was an orange leprechaun. Many people
ridiculed her for becoming friends with someone of another kind,
but she felt it was true. She didn’t talk much about her friend
and tried her hardest to put an end to the rumors. People wanted
to make her accept her own kind and be friends with only her own
She stayed close to her new friend and decided that someday
they wouldn’t have to hide their friendship. She couldn’t wait
for this day. She felt that everyone deserved the type of friend
He promised to always be true and did his best to help her with
problems. For this, she loved him. She loves his friendship; she
loved his ways. In a way, this made her sad. She felt that she
didn’t have anything to offer him because he was from a better
kind. For a long time, she believe things wouldn’t work out, but
They often talked about life’s experiences. She told him what
she knew, and he told her about his many great adventures. You
see, he was an orange leprechaun, and orange leprechauns
experienced more than her kind. He told her of the many things
he had done and seen. He also helped her to understand and enjoy
the best things in life. She greatly enjoyed hearing all he had
One day, there was a problem. The Ruler of the Skies had found
out about the mixing of the two kinds. The ruler demanded it
stop at once. In her heart, she foolishly believed that her
orange leprechaun would carry our his pro

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