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The Great Camel
by Conor S Lynch

Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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A childrens story about a big camel.

There once was a camel who carried no pack, he had a hundred and eight four lumps on his back! It traveled the desert, the coast and the hills. It crossed the great seas, it passed meadows and mills. This camel was odd, of an abnormal sort, so the sheriffs took the big great camel to court! "Off with his humps!" said dooley mcbride! The townsfolk held fists all clenched tight at their sides! With rope tied him down and they climbed in his nose. They traveled down in all the way to his toes! They all lost their way and they couldnt keep track, now the camel has two hundred humps on its back!

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