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    Geirrod’s Treasure

    Geirrod’s Treasure The Norsemen used to rule of the seas, from England in the west, France to the south and to Russia in the east. The Norsemen were second to none when land or sea. Their ships touched shores without names and sailed into unknown seas and lands where no man dare to tread, in search of glory, gold and the old kingdoms ruled by generations of the dead. The king of Denmark, Gorm, would spend hours listening to the sea rover Thorkil, a heavy-set man with sun-bleached hair and skin like untanned leather, had sailed beyond Iceland to the very edge of mortal men and returned, weaving tales about far off lands…

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    The Quandary of The Forest

    The Quandary of The Forest A short story by: Jeremy Rumble Written June 11, 2016 There once a young boy who lived near the edge of a lush forest. Every afternoon, the boy would explore and climb trees with his friends until evening. He loved his adventures very much, but alas his time there drew steadily to a close, though he did not yet know it. One day his family sat down with him to explain that they would be moving to the city. “Great!” thought the boy, “More adventures!” Excitedly he packed, and off they went. The city turned out to be much less grand than the stories he…