Day 19: Poms in Paradise

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As a busy “A-list” actor with feathers, there is nothing like a vacation getaway to spark fresh creativity.

Chances are good you will come back from your trip with so many innovative ideas for new plays that your VIP fans will adore.

And if the trip is really reinvigorating, you might have new ideas before your getaway is even over!

In this case, you have that rarest of opportunities to capture the behind-the-scenes “making of” your newest one-avian play, an event that will have your devoted fans lining up around the block.

Speaking of which, Love and Feathers (and Shells) is proud to present world famous and feathery actor Pearl Cutts in the “making of” his new one-avian play:

“Poms in Paradise!”

As predicted, all the “regulars” are out in force for the premier of the “making of” their favorite feathery actor’s new play. Luckily, by the time the doors open, the line has been thinned out somewhat due to all the fainting. 

The rest of the regulars make their usual disorganized and tumultuous entrance, jostling and jockeying for position to claim the most prime seats.

Well, well, well….I see even paradise isn’t immune from infiltration by second-rate secret agents in shoddy disguises.
Yes, I really mean that. Your disguise could have been a lot better.
Well, for starters, next time, don’t all wear the exact same disguise. It’s far too obvious.
Also, try to tone down whatever that cologne is you are wearing. I could smell you coming before I could even see you!
What do you mean, “But that’s what makes you so delicious?” This case is getting more suspicious by the second.
Uh huh. You are quite delicious. In fact, that gives me a great idea for how to make very short work of this case so I can get back to my vacation getaway….CHOMP CHOMP CHOMP….

All the audience can hear at this point (or at least the ones who haven’t fainted yet) is the sound of dedicated CHOMPING. And then the lucky fans who got the choicest front-row seats begin to notice bright…reddish…spots covering their attire. 

Sure enough, all this unexpected blood and gore finishes the rest of them off. Instead of guiding the fans out of the theater when the house lights come up, the ushers are now tasked with picking each fan up and carrying them out one by one.

The End.

Pearl, Malti, Bruce & Shannon
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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot and tortoise mama. Dachshund auntie.

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