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Children's Stories
by Margo Fallis
Daisy's Tail


        Daisy was swinging back and forth on her branch as the sun sank behind the horizon. The sky was filled with red, yellow, orange and pink as the sun disappeared. The possum usually slept during the day and went out to play and eat at night.

        She tried to unhook her tail from the branch but it wouldn't do it. Somehow her tail was in a big knot! As hard as she tried, she couldn't untangle her tail. She started swinging forward and backward, forward and backward, as high as she could. The tail stayed in a knot.

        Daisy's tummy rumbled with hunger. She tried once more. Swinging back and forth, back and forth, Daisy went higher and higher until she was swinging around the entire branch. Finally her tail untangled and she fell to the ground and landed on her face. She lay still for a few moments. She didn't know how it happened, but hoped her tail never went into a knot again!

        She brushed away the dirt and ran off to find some friends to play with.


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