Two Stories, One Narrative

23 04 2008

By using some gender neutral pronouns and vague wording I am going to attempt to tell two different stories using the same lines of narrative and simply rearranging the lines:

The Ugly Duckling

There were 4 young chicks living with their mother.

This one was gray and large.

It was very awkward.

The three sisters mocked the other one that they saw as weird.

The other chicks were mean and began to ridicule this one

The one was left out and began to believe that it did not fit in.

The others went off and had a ball, the outcast stayed and cried.

It was given the boot, but none of the others got the boot.

Then that chick left abruptly and seemed to be lost.

A lovely grandmother appeared and cared for the seemingly outcast individual.

The grandmother cared for it and soon the former outcast was the most beautiful being around.

The chick was found by the most lovely creature around.

Soon it was off having a ball.

The outcast was soon wed to another one of the most beautiful creatures around.

The beautiful being was now the happiest it had ever been

Cinderella

There were 4 young chicks living with their mother.

It was very awkward.

The three sisters mocked the other one that they saw as weird.

The one was left out and began to believe that it did not fit in.

The other chicks were mean and began to ridicule this one

The others went off and had a ball, the outcast stayed and cried.

A lovely grandmother appeared and cared for the seemingly outcast individual.

This one was gray and large.

The grandmother cared for it and soon the former outcast was the most beautiful being around.

Soon it was off having a ball.

The beautiful being was now the happiest it had ever been.

Then that chick left abruptly and seemed to be lost.

The chick was found by the most lovely creature around.

It was given the boot, but none of the others got the boot.

The outcast was soon wed to another one of the most beautiful creatures around.

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