The Lonely Landy

porcupineOne day, there was a porcupine named Landy. He was lonely. No one wanted to play with him because they were afraid of his spikes.
“Dear Landy. We don’t want to play with you because your spikes are too sharp. We don’t want you to hurt us,” said Cici the rabbit one day.
“Cici is right, Landy. It is not because you’re bad or rude to us, no, Landy. Just because of your spikes. They will stab us if we are close to you,” said Tito the rooster.
Landy felt lonely. Landy spent most of the time daydreaming at the river bank, “I would be happy if there were no spikes in my body.”Suddenly Kuku the turtle appeared from the river. He came to Landy and said, “Landy, what are you thinking of?”
“Oh, nothing,” Landy replied.
“Don’t lie to me Landy! Who knows I can help you,” said Kuku wisely. Then he sat beside Landy. He was not afraid of Landy’s spikes.
Shortly, Landy told his problem. Kuku nodded his head. He said, “Poor you! But it is not your fault. I know, your spikes are very useful and helpful for you. They will realize it someday. Trust me!”
“Thanks, Kuku. You are my best friend.”
One day, Koko the frog held his birthday party. He invited all his friends, including Landy. But Landy decided not to come. He didn’t want to mess up the party.
“I’ll come with you Landy. I’ll tell that you’re harmless,” said Kuku. Finally Landy attended the party. Everyone enjoyed it.
Suddenly, Tito screamed, “Help … help …! The evil wolf is coming. Save your self!” Then, everyone saved their lives, except Kuku and Landy. Kuku pulled his head and his leg into his shell. Landy rolled his body into a ball.
Unintentionally, the evil wolf touched Landy. Of course, the spike pricked him. He screamed, “Ouch!” Since his foot was bleeding, he didn’t chase Landy’s friends any longer. Then, he ran away.
“Horray … horray …! Long live Landy! He saved our lives,” said Cici and her friends. They thanked him from then on. Landy was not lonely anymore.
The End

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