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GYPSY TALES BY A FULL MOON
The Gypsy King
Written by Sky Taylor, Sky at Dawn
Once upon a time there lived a naughty gypsy king named Ferka. Gypsy King Ferka did not like rules one little bit. For example, whenever he walked on a sidewalk, rather than avoiding all the cracks so he wouldn't chance breaking his mother's back, Gypsy King Ferka stepped on all the sidewalk cracks.
Whenever he spilled salt, he dumped more out rather than tossing a pinch over his back. He feasted on opening umbrellas inside his gypsy wagon. And he owned a black cat that he named Unlucky, purposely.
Gypsy King Ferka not only disobeyed the Human Code of Superstition, he also disobeyed Gypsy Superstition. Due to such, the Gypsy King never carried leu in his pockets; however, he did carry with him a silver dollar given to him by an American vacationer who had attended a performance of the gypsies several full moons ago. Ferka loved how the silver caught the moonlight and it had become his favorite treasure - his only treasure. He was never found without it for he slept with it, ate with it and even bathed with it. He was amazed at how it never lost its sheen.
One late evening Gypsy King Ferka decided to talk a walk in the woods - a feat taboo to all gypsies for a gypsy never took a walk in the woods after sunset.
A full moon waved high overhead, at times hidden by the thick curtain of dark clouds sailing beneath. The night was crisp and Ferka wished he had not left his cloak back in his gypsy wagon. Ah, the life of a gypsy king - so carefree, so relaxing, so sublime, he thought. He wouldn't trade it for the world. Let the other so-called kings of the world keep their earthy treasures - their castles, their golden chariots, their fine silver and silk shirts. He was a true king - a king without a care. But that was soon to change.....
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