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The Strange Voyage of Oren of the Good People

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The Strange Voyage of Oren of the Good People

Oren was one of the Good People, or at least that's the term used by those who couldn't pronounce the Gaelic word that defined him. One evening, during some drunken revels with a dear friend, he found himself trapped in what turned out to be a very famous smokestack...

 

DISCLAIMER: This story is purely from my imagination, and any unintentional butchering of actual, established mythical lore has been done without malice or premeditated disregard for magical histories. No fairies, leprechauns, or other such beings were harmed, maimed, or killed in the making of this story...insulted maybe, but hey.


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av8or2128

Yeech....I think I need a drink (and I don't bloody well drink)...LOL!!

Man oh man, twas after all something the 'Good Folk' would appreciate, I be think-n.
I know I did. Having Irish in the blood tends to make one enjoying these kinds of fun little stories.
My mother was adopted, her (pre-adoption) name was Kelley. Then being born on Oct. 31st...well lets say...
"Its been a wee bit oh fun that filled me own childhood...'Me wee... mehr anzeigen

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judycolella

Again, a multitude of thanks! I love Celtic mythology, being half Welsh (the other half is, I'm told, Anglo-Saxon English based on my biological father's last name - I, too, was adopted). In fact, my book series, "The MacDara Chronicles," is the tale of a boy from 6th Century... mehr anzeigen

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I have friends like these two characters!

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lazarus67

Just finished your delightful story....I think I ended reading it with an Irish accent. These ARE my kind of tales.

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Page 21, typo: 'to used against you'. You have an extra 'd'.

Apart from that, what can I say that hasn't been said?
Funny, original, wonderful story.

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Demonata-Freak

that sounds about right, get drunk one night and your short magic friend locks ya on the Titanic for one hundred years and when you finally get out, GET A DRINK!!!! the Irish in a nutshell LoL Altjouh, ya didnt mention the word 'aye' once, maybe think about adden it : ) Hop e i helped

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judycolella

The thing is, I had no idea if my characterization of those two was accurate, Pat, so it makes me glad to know I got it right! Sometimes my imagination knows more than my brain does, if that makes any sense.

Funny you should mention the Titanic competition, Val. That's exactly what I'd begun writing this for, but couldn't complete it in time - I think I'd only gotten about three pages written and had no idea where it was... mehr anzeigen

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gooduklady

How on earth do you do all this? You are in the middle of writing a novel -- have a couple of other stories up your sleeve -- and make time for this delightful Irish yarn. I take my tam o shanter off to you (hmm, I think that's Scottish!) for your inexhaustible imagination and the plethora of stories living inside that pretty head of yours. Pity you couldn't have written this for the Titanic contest. Love it!

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felixthecat

What a charmingly offbeat story of the little people o'er in Fair Ireland. You brought out the best of these legendary troublemakers, in this tale of drunkenness and mischief. But after due consideration, and the promise of a free one, all anger and thoughts of revenge are quickly squelched. And that is how they are:)

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