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The Ring Cycle by Richard Wagner

Datan and his lovely Brunmary

The mighty Datan and his lovely Brunmary and Brunjulia

Once upon a time, the mighty Datan and his lovely Brunmary took to the skies in their magnificent flying machine. Datan being all powerful, but easily bored took many things to read on his magical book. Brunmary took only one book. As they landed in the sunny land of the Golden Gate Brunmary found she had nothing left to read and was sad. Datan said, "Fear not my sweet Valkyrie, for you will read again soon." And so it was, that the two Norse Gods left the busy port of the air and went on their way to the land of Exeter.

In the deep green forests of the land of Exeter Datan and his lovely Brunmary took many walks. They wandered amongst the majestic redwood trees. They frolicked by the fragrant bay trees. And they marveled at the moreish arbutus menziesii. Once deep in the mystic forest they stopped to eat their enchanted cheese sandwiches. The bright hot sun of the land of Exeter shone down upon them, but their canopy of trees protected them from its fierce heat. Datan and his lovely Brunmary were pleased, as the light was good.

The deep green forests of the land of Exeter

Not long after, Datan and his lovely Brunmary went to the house of opera in the land of Saint Francis to revel in the Ring Cycle by Brunmary's hero, Richard Wagner. Datan decreed that they would spend 16 hours of their immortal lives watching the antics of their peers. They laughed, cheered, cried, and wept as the play unfolded before them.

And so it was that the mighty Datan and his lovely Brunmary spent their days in the land of the Golden Gate; they ate, drank, and were very merry. But like all good things their journey came to an end. With deep sorrow in their hearts, and a touch of anticipation of their home, the two Norse Gods climbed onto their magnificent flying machine and flew home to their land, of the rainy and cold, Canterbury. The universe was once again in balance.

Datan and his lovely Brunmary

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