Ozzie and the Unicorn

Ozzie had been the Unicorn's temporary companion in her dreamless sleep

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PROMPT: As he waited for the shower to warm, he noticed that he could hear water change temperature.

When he made a quick assessment of the situation, he was astounded by the tiny creature, whom he now named Ozzie. It had turned from being a dry and boring body, to a graceful and fluffy, almost fluffy. What he could not tell, however, was the exact source of Ozzie’s strange powers.

Sometime during the night, Ozzie’s story went from the insipid to the incredible. The baby unicorn had been born at what seemed to be the perfect moment, when the Unicorn came for her, the moment when she was no longer lonely, and no longer a butterfly. But Ozzie’s story turned out to be the very reason for the Unicorn’s absence. The Unicorn had been asleep for a long time, and while Ozzie was still an infant, she had gone and slept at the bottom of the big lake. The unicorn had forgotten all about Ozzie. Ozzie had been the Unicorn’s temporary companion in her dreamless sleep.

The Unicorn had sat there for a long time, after Ozzie had grown and her wings had appeared. It was then that Ozzie had remembered everything that had happened the night before. She ran off to find her parents, while the Unicorn chased after her with all her might. And Ozzie, when she found them, had to leave the Unicorn for a while, because she was afraid.

But Ozzie soon returned and met the Unicorn’s parents. She held them and said, “I’m here! I’m here! Come and get me!”

The Unicorn gave a tiny sob and hugged Ozzie, as if she was a small child, and asked her to stay with her. She understood that Ozzie was too young to understand the true meaning of her gift, but she knew that this unicorn would give her as much happiness as she could ever ask for.


Editor’s Notes

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