She Saw What She Saw

Sally sold sea shells by the sea shore, until suddenly she suffered a shock, as a surreal serpent stared searingingly into her soul, swimming slyly, sending shivers through her spine. She sighed and scryed and scriggigled her scythe, but through her sheen showed the shine of her sham. She shrugged and shook off her shoes, and scampered back home for a snooze.

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