By William W.
There once was a young leprechaun and his name was Lucky. He lived in Rainbow Village, which was at the end of a rainbow. It is known for its bottomless pot of gold and housing for all leprechauns. The thing is, young Lucky’s town has a mean mayor. The mayor’s name is Red Ted. So this is what happened.
It was just the other day. Lucky thought red was a little too much of a mean color and ugly one. So he looked at the store in front of him and there it was - a 75% off green vest. He begged for an hour for his mom to buy it, and eventually she broke and said, “Ok, ok I will buy it for you.”
Lucky jumped in excitement. No one knew how happy Lucky was until he offered to use money from his own allowance. Lucky never used money from his allowance because he was saving up for a new type 2 Platinum 30x30 Gold Fox-Box, the most advanced gaming system in the whole entire world. Once they bought the vest, the happy family went back to their home. They ate dinner and went to bed. The next day Lucky was excited to go to school to show off his new green vest. When he arrived at school there was a huge crowd of about 60 students swarming around him, asking him questions and admiring his vest. A few weeks later, the whole school had changed its dress code to green.
This was just a friendly change but Red Ted thought it was a revolution against red so he called upon his followers and supporters to help him. The supporters were mostly rich so they paid Red Ted some good money. And his followers helped him get some of the best spies in Rainbow Village.
The head of the spy company asked Red Ted, “700 grand in gold and I will burn em’ all. If you don’t accept my deal, then well you lost something awesome. We have never been caught before. I am just saying if you don’t accept the request in about a minute, I will make it one million in gold. I can and I will.”
After all that was done, the spies went into the homes of the people and burned down their green cloaks. Even Lucky’s.
There was a nice old man named Old Man Jones. He was Red Ted’s little brother but only by 2 weeks. Unlike Red Ted, Old Man Jones remained a mystery. But one rainy day, he went to the village after seeing small fires come and go. He was trotting through the rain and accidently bumped into Lucky.
Old Man Jones asked, “Little boy, why are you out here in such horrific weather?”
Lucky said, “I am going to bury these ashes in thick soil so maybe one day I may have clothing again.”
The old man was confused so he asked “what do you mean? You have fine red clothing on you right now.”
Lucky started crying and responded, “I want green clothing, not this filthy red stuff.”
The old man laughed, “Come with me, young one. I will get you what you desire. Just come with me to my home.”
So they went to his home. Old Man Jones just smiled as Lucky asked a bunch of useless questions like, “Are we there yet?”
When they reached a big tree, Old Man Jones said that they were there.
Lucky asked, “What do you mean? This is a big old tree. There are no doors and it would take years to climb to the very top!”
Old Man Jones said, “Follow me. That is all you need to do.” They went through the giant bushes surrounding the tree and found a loose piece of bark. The old man pulled it down but only by a little and the ground started to fly. When it reached the top it entered the hole then dissolved. There was a big door. The Old man just said “Door Door Open. Door Door Open. You are made out of hundreds of stones and hundreds of woods open now or else I will burn it down.” So the door opened. And inside was a house. Old Man Jones led Lucky to a room and opened a closet. Inside were trillions of green outfits.
Old man Jones said, “Take as many as you want. You are always invited.”
So that is what Lucky did. He gave all the leprechauns green clothing. He even left a nice set of green clothing for Red Ted. Red Ted had seen the outfits of green again so he sent a bunch of spies. But this only lasted for 2 weeks for the outfits kept on coming. Soon Red Ted gave up and became Green Dean.