The Story of Pearl //Part 2//
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" OH NO!" I HAVE TO BE BACK HOME BY SUNSET!
"I missed the sunset."
While Pearl was having fun, little did she know that her brother was on duty. Triton saw her sister with her friends, and not watching over the animals like she was suppose to. He thought his eyes were deceiving him, but with a closer glance he knew that was Pearl.
Since Triton was the messenger of the sea, he immediately told Poseidon and Amphitrite what he had seen. By the looks of it, they seemed very upset with the news.
Pearl was having so much fun that she forgot all about what her parents had told her. The sun had already setted! While talking, Coraline's sister Searina seemed sad. When Pearl asked what was wrong, Searina mentioned the sun- setting. That's when it clicked, and Pearl realized that she was far too late.
Pearl rushed home as fast as she could! She couldn't stop thinking of her decision and how she would explain to her parents. Pearl knew her parents were very upset! When she got back home, she was hesitant in entering. However, when she did her parents expressions on their face weren't happy.
Her father's deep blue ocean eyes were staring right at here. Her mother seemed more upset and dissapointed than annoyed. Her brother Triton was in the corner of the room, with his head hanging low. They all had an intense conversation, but her parents forgave her but with a cost. Her actions came with a consequence!
Poseidon had a great consequence in mind! Pearl had to clean all the corals in the sea, until they are sparkling clean. Pearl learned from her mistakes, and learned that she shouldn't disobey her parents and should listen to them instead. Next time, she should put her main priorities first and let the rest fall in place. From that day and on, Pearl had sure learned her lesson.
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