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In the marmalade forest [forest]
Between the make believe trees
In a cottage cheese cottage
Lives Albi [Albi] Albi [Albi]
Albi the racist dragon

Part 6

And so all the people of the village
Chased Albi the racist dragon into
A very cold very scary cave and it
Was so cold and scary in there that
Albi began to cry dragon tears,
Which as we all know turn into jellybeans!

Anyway just at that moment he felt a
Tiny little hand rest apon his tail. And who should that little hand belong to, but the badly burnt Albanian boy from the day before.

'What are you doing here I thought I killed you yesterday'
Grumbled Albi quite racistly
'No Albi, you didn't kill me with your dragon flames, I
Crawled to safety but you did leave me very badly disfigured, '
Laughed the boy.

'Why are you crying?'
I'm crying because all of the
Villagers chased me here, I
Think it's because I'm so racist.'
'No Albi they chased me here too, when I became all disfigured like this.
They just don't like you and I. Because... well because we're different to them.

And with that, Albi cried a single tear, which turned into a jellybean all the colours of the rainbow! And Albi wasn't racist, anymore.

So they sat in the cave [cave]
And ate bubble gum pie [yum! ]
Albi the racist – well not anymore - Dragon... !

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    UnregisteredSep 1, 2012 at 8:05 am
    You got most of it wrong... Just saying... You left out a bunch of things and some stuff is in the wrong order...
  • U
    UnregisteredMay 23, 2012 at 10:25 am
    It is a heart warming story about the kindess no other being can feel as the rainbow jelly bean shows us that even dragons and badly burned albanian boys can find love.
  • U
    UnregisteredApr 6, 2012 at 10:07 pm
    Its almost sad though, because we find out in part 7 that, being bipolar, albi becomes annoyed with the disfigured albanian boy and decides to eat the boy.. Albi continued to be racist after that.
  • U
    UnregisteredApr 4, 2012 at 3:23 pm
    Albi the racist dragon is a tale about finding yourself and transformation. As we can see clearly, the albanian boy is albi's conscience. The albanian boy represents albi's reluctance to accept anyone, even himself. One might also argue, that the albanian boy reminds him of his son... That was killed by the villagers, but the son also reminded him of himself, but was a spitting image of his wife... Who left him when he became so racist, for her father was born in albania.
  • U
    UnregisteredMar 5, 2012 at 5:31 pm
    Basically about a dragon called albi who's racist, and all the villagers decided to chase him to a cave, and then he starts crying jelly beans, as one expects. Then the badly burnt albanian boy appears next to albi, and at first, albi is annoyed that he did not kill him, but then he tells the boy why he is so upset, and the boy reassures him, and albi cries 'a jelly bean all the colours of the rainbow', and he isn't racist anymore, and they all live happily ever after. The end.

    I can't believe i actually bothered to type all that out.

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