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Listen To The Sunflowers

"Don't Quit Your Daydream," I heard muffled through the thick marshmallow. Not quite awake, I descended down the never sticky gummy ladder, Never sticky, Always smooth and gleaming. Sunflower Jackhouse was still Monitoring the monkey responses. "Did someone call for me?" I asked him rubbing my forehead, Though when I saw my hand It was on my belly. "You look hungry, Titus," said Sunflower. "My brother's name is Titus," I responded, Taking my hand off my belly And placing it on the feathered Back of a purple flamingo that Was just suddenly there. "Don't quit your daydream, Titus," said Sunflower Slyly sliding me a coupla tuna melt sliders. "It was you," I said taking the plate. Sunflower switched a few switches on the monkey board, Smirked and looked back at me saying: "Now we all become stars." And then BOOM!

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Date: 1/30/2023 11:17:00 AM
A fun/creative write. Wish you would write more. Have a blessed day writing away.............
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