The Legend of The Prickle People
A Short Story (by Granny Which Witch and plagiarized shamelessly)
by PS Wright
Published by PS Wright and Splot! Publishing at Smashwords
Copyright 2012 PS Wright
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There was peace between the trees and the cacti. They were all vegepeople after all. The pines and pinons had still more in common with the cacti, as they were known, collectively, as the prickle people. They honored the territorial boundaries between their people. The trees kept to the pastures, valleys, and low hills. The cacti dug in across the desert, on the rocky sides of mountains, and on the salt plains. But not all prickle people were a part of this comaraderie. As long as they had a common rival, they could put aside their many differences to snub the poorer relations. Though the trees and cacti were not on the friendliest terms, both cacti and trees could agree there was one family they could not abide.