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Wally Wuzzlemoore Makes New Friends
By Tom Schinderling
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On a small bug farm far from the city Lived a monster full of charm, despite being itty-bitty. The little monster's name was Wally Wuzzlemoore, And he lived with his mother, Molly Wuzzlemoore.
When the two were not sharing hugs, They were raising all sorts of bugs. They loved to count them on their lawn, But the bugs were more fun to nom-nom on.
One sad day, the bugs were all gone. They looked all day and night, from dusk 'til dawn. No more bugs to raise on their little farm. Wally shouted, "We should sound an alarm!"
"No need for that, my silly son. We have no alarm to sound, for one." Molly had known one day this might occur, But she did not let the thought upset her.
"Why did I not know they might one day disappear?" Wally asked his mother as he shook with fear. "Do not worry," Molly said. "I know what to do. We will be brave and start anew."
Molly told her son to relax and stay calm; Then she packed their bags and took his palm. She said they would move to the big city. As they walked down the road, Wally became giddy.
A new place to explore; new things to see! These thoughts made Wally feel very happy. There would be new monsters to meet; This made him excited from his head down to his feet.
After walking for so many tiring miles, They were greeted by their new neighbors' happy smiles. They were finally there; they had found their new home, And little Wally's curious eyes began to roam.
"Why don't you go out and have a look around?" Molly asked her son, whose eyes looked toward the ground. Wally answered her, feeling a little cruddy, "I do not know anyone. Not anybody."
Molly smiled and comforted her son as he cried, Taking Wally to the window, where they looked outside. "If you are charming and kind, a friend you will get. All monsters are strange until they are met.
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