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Rated: E · Short Story · Contest Entry · #2200029
recieved a bill from the postie
Word count 216

The cowboy came to to the town of Zealand

As the cowboy named Peewee, the terrible but his stature was small but his muscular frame stood out.
He had black cowboy boots and dimples grin and his fiery eyes changed from green to brown depending on his temperament.

Zealand was a small town with a saloon local barbershop and a stable.

Pewee’s friend Samuel said why is it the cost of 30.00. His girlfriend Thelma agreed with what her boyfriend said.

Thelma was a rodeo queen who was a gal with long blond hair. She also wore silver cowboy boots and carried a gun but has only had to use it when people and horses did not co-operate with her rules. My horse Crisco is a young horse who winks at her partner who is a young 1-year-old pony.

"Boy, she’s being a frisky little thing."

"Once she sees Winsten she will be happy. You don’t need to put anything in her oats," she said.

Peewee went to the post office un the local city.

"Who can I take my complaint to?"

" Go to Sherman Otto-man his address is 6 70 Pony Express left Street Zehand Pontiaction Valley.".

I walked into the the pony express office to talk with Sherman,

"I was charged 30.00 are the politicians in need of money are they getting cheaper they are closing the local stables and store? The Stormy Night just closed down in only a week. Bugs Bunny would say the word skinflint but I don’t use such words You see it is not christian." I said

"Why should I care?" Sherrman said.

.. "I go to the only church Knoll Anglican Church. You see I am a christian."

"it does not matter to me!" Sherman siad.

"So I must wear my Sunday best. Mustn't I?" I asked

"I suppose you should," Sherman said.

"I can’t go there wearing this, Can I?"

"No, I guess not."

"I was planning on buying another shirt, I think that will help with the ladies. However the price I won’t have if I pay for the Postage due on the card. Do you see my problem?"

"I do, but it makes no difference. You have to pay for the postage."

"But why?"

"Because it is due. Don’t you understand?"

"I do? Why should I pay you?”

"Because. The postage is due, the money, please."

"I don't have the money. If I buy the shirt. Now will I?"

"I won't pay>"

"Good bye."
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