Mind the Blanks 3

. . . a story to play with–the story emerges from what the reader’s mind does with the blanks when the reader is reading. No rules–it’s playtime.

The __________

________ was on _____ way __________ when _____ saw an enormous __________ that was __________ everyone who was __________. It __________. It __________. It even __________. It made _____ wish that _____ could __________.

Watching the __________ as it __________, _____ wondered if __________ ever __________. If _____ had __________, _____ would definitely __________–unless, of course it turned out that __________ was __________ , or maybe if __________ told him that __________. Now that would be __________.

When _____ finally __________, _____ was too __________ to even think about __________. Nonetheless, _____ tried to __________, at least __________, but _________ kept __________ until __________.

While _________ was __________, _____ noticed that the enormous __________ that _____ had seen earlier had followed _________ __________. _____ could see its ___________ when it tried to __________ into the __________.

When _________ arrived, __________ said, “What the __________? Did you __________ it to __________?”

“No,” __________ said, “Of course I didn’t __________. How could you even think I would _________ when I’ve always __________?”

“I don’t care,” __________ said: “you have to ___________ it __________, like right now. I mean it.”

Reluctantly __________ __________ the __________ to __________. However, later, when __________ was sleeping, __________ __________ outside to look for __________.

And there it was, __________. It made __________ think that if __________ wished hard enough, it might be possible to _________.

And that would really, really __________.

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