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Short story By: SuperLoveMonkey12

Parental Guidance required. Just kidding. But no, seriously. There are severed heads involved. I wrote these for my Latin class for a homework assignment where we had to use derivatives of Latin words in sentences.

Submitted:Nov 8, 2010    Reads: 42    Comments: 2    Likes: 1   

It so happened to be one of those days when Obi Won was fighting Darth Vadar. And by some magically strange chance (that absolutely wasn't planned by me), Noah walked by on the cubic floating ground. Noah did not realize he was in another dimension and it is most likely his negligence, for just about everything except for his bunny-slippers collection, that got him killed. But hold on a second because we haven't reached that part yet. Noah had received an invitation the day before that said these exact words: "Meet me at the Waters of Death or else I will use my assassin abilities to kill you." (Seriously?!!) The invitation wasn't signed and is expected to be from Dakota, but since there is no proof, we cannot arrest her or she cannot be implicated. So Noah stupidly went and because it is a habit for Obi Won and Darth Vader to fight at the Waters of Death, it is natural to assume the three would cross paths. In the initiation of the fighting, Noah walked by Obi Won and Darth Vader and as Obi Won swung his light saber backwards, he removed Noah's head and his body fell into the Waters of Death and he died. The two stared at Noah for awhile before they spoke.
"I wonder if we would have seen him if we hadn't been fighting." Obi Won said.
"It wouldn't have mattered anyways. The Waters of Death killed him in the end." replied Darth Vader.
"I know, but I dropped a banana peel two feet ahead of him and he was supposed to slip on that. I wasn't supposed to severe his head. Now I have to live with that guilt." said Obi Won. They both look at each other and say in unison, "Eh, what the heck?! It was just Noah." And they walked down the street and sold Noah's head to a vendor who added it to his collection of severed heads.


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