The Crown Jewels of Heezenhurts

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  • All hail our KING!!
  • What should I do dwende?
  • Whats wrong your HIGHNESS?
  • I will ask my magic Crystal ball you majesty
  • The land of Heezenhurst was once ruled by a contented king. His kingdom was tropical green and the weather was pleasant all year round, even when it was raining cats and dogs. For, truth to tell, it was not cats and dogs that rained on King Heezen, but precious stones. Whenever he went outdoors in a drizzle, the raindrops that wet his crown turn into tiny pearls.
  • What should I do dwende?
  • It should fit to me cause im "patola head"
  • I will ask my magic Crystal ball you majesty
  • That should fit to me cause im "Kalabasa head"
  • During heavy rain the pearls were large and lustrous. Soon King Heezen had a magnificent pearly crownOne rainy day the king noticed that the raindrops falling on his crown were turning red. He was alarmed but when he looked closer, he saw that the red drops were lovely rubies. When the first monsoon rains fell, King Heezen ran excitedly to his garden to see what the heavens would drop on his crown. Lo and beholddiamonds large and small shaped lik hearts, teardrops.
  • It should fit to me cause im "patola head"
  • Tell me What should we do Dwende..
  • That should fit to me cause im "Kalabasa head"
  • Now it happened that there dwelt in the palace a man who worked as a prophet, adviser and court jester combined. His name was Dwende, or Dwarfy for short. When the king was suffering much pain and heaviness, he asked Dwarfy what he should do. Dwarfy peered into his crystal ball and said, "Your majesty, I see the faces of your two sons. This means it's time for you to give the crown to one of them."
  • The king agreed and sent for his older son. Alas, thecrown didn't si handsomely o the prince's head for it was shaped like a pumpkin. In fact, his father had always called him "Calabasa-HeadThe second Royal Highness tried on the crown but it was too big far his head, which was shaped like a patola. The crown slipped dawn past his forehead and stuck to his ears. All the ­king's firemen had to be called to free the prince's ear.Queen Hurst spoke up. Why shouldn't I wear the crown?"
  • How about me? maybe it would fit to me your highness
  • Nobody was able to fit the crown. "See what I told you?" scolded the king as he snatched the crown from her head. What next, Dwarfy?""Aha!" exclaimed the prophet. "I know what this means. There is a hole in outer space which will absorb your crown if you throw it up there. Remember that all your jewels rained down on you from above. Therefore, you must return them to their source.""Show me the hole!" cried the king.
  • How about me? maybe it would fit to me your highness
  • Aha!! Now i know what to do this mean your highness.
  • The next morning, King Heezen rode his golden helicopter to the peak of the highest mountain in the land. As he looked up, the blue sky parted and he saw the hole in outer space. He lifted his jeweled crown from his head and tossed with all his feeble strength. It flew straight up and into the hole as if borne by an enchanted wind. The sky sparkled with brilliant colors before it closed again. And he never went back to the palace again.
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