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The bell parade in Pixie land was to be held the following day. All the Pixies were so excited, for they could choose their bells and buy wonderful new dresses.
Laila, the pixie had just brought her bells. 1,2,3,4 she counted. Her bells were indeed very beautiful and made a lovely tinkling sound when the wind blew. She carefully hung them on her bedroom window, put on her new dress and started dancing.
After all the dancing she was so tired that she fell asleep. And after some time when she woke up she was shocked to find her lovely bells missing. Oh no! she cried and ran outside. It was raining and was very windy. She waited till the rain stopped and then went out searching for the bells. She searched the whole Pixie land but couldn't find them. She walked home sadly.
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There was a tinkling sound.She woke up and realised that it was just a bad dream. The bells were very much there and she let out a sigh of relief and a cry of joy!
'Oh my bells where are they?' she looked out of the window and suddenly saw a man with her bells staring into his hands Laila quickly went to him and said harsh words. The man said 'i found this outside a house but when I looked I did not find anyone so I went around the pixe land to ask who was the owner of these bells but no one knew. So I thought why don't I take them but now I cannot because its your's.' said the man all in one breath 'thankyou' said laila 'as a token of reward will you accept one of these bells' 'sure' he said. 'here 'said laila the man took the bell and happily went towards his house . laila said' I made both myself and him happy.'
Laila bought new bells.
She had lost all her hope to find her bells. Sad and disdain she reached home, and went to her room, locked herself and weeped. Falling tired and week she fell asleep. Next morning when she woke up and came out of the room, she saw her bells lying on the dinning table, sparkling and twinkling like gold. she was so shocked to see, how it happened or if it is some kind of miracle by God. She was very excited but confused at the same time. While she was nearing the table, suddenly she heard her mother's voice from behind, telling her that because of the bad weather yesterday, she had removed them from the window, cleaned them and kept inside. Laila was so happy that she quickly hugged and thanked her mother, picked up the bells and went out dancing with joy.
Laila found the missing bells under her bed. The wind had blown it down.
As she was walking towards home, she saw something golden. She wondered what it could be. She went near and near. The nearer she went, the more the object started to fade. She was tired at last and went home. At home she did what was asked to be done but she didn't say a word. She could not forget about her wonderful bells, but it was no use. Days went to weeks, weeks to months, then one winter night she found the bell back in her window. It actually was strange and she was confused about how it got there!
She was not be able to find her lovely bells. But her mom found it and told her daughter that she should never proud of her things. She learned the lesson and never used to be proud of her things. Moral. We should never be proud of our own things.
She sat on the chair with her eyes full of tears. Then she heard a tinkle. She looked up but she didn't see her bells but again.... the tinkle. she started walking towards the sound ... she found herself in the kitchen and lo!!!! HER BELLS WERE THERE . MOTHER" LAILA ... TAKE UR BELLS AND HANG THEM IN YOUR ROOM. BECOZ OF THE WINDS THESE HAD FALLEN DOWN. I'VE FIXED IT. NOW U CAN HANG THEM IN THE ROOM. Oh!!! What a day she had..The tears flowed with joy.
Next day they had to go outside for some function. Laila was very sad.they were going in a car. She was looking out side that one child was playing with something that sounded like her bells. she told her father to stop . she went and asked the child from where she got it . The child told that near one house when it was raining they were on the mud so she took it. Laila told it was hers. Then the clid started crying. So laila felt pity and gave her one bell and went away. She felt happy and attended the function.
The next day they had to go outside for some function. Laila was very sad. They were going in a car. When she was looking outside she saw one child was playing with something that sounded like her bells. she told her father to stop. She went and asked the child from where she got it . The child told that near one house when it was raining they were on the mud so she took it. Laila told it was hers. Then the child started crying. So laila felt pity and gave her one bell and went away. she was very happy and attended the function.
She searched for it till she became very frustrated. She asked her friends. but nobody knew. Just then she heard some clinking sounds of the bell. She ran to see where the sound was coming from. After a while when she asked her mother about this,she laughed at her heartily. The bell was in her dress itself. She was shocked. In fact her mother had put it in her dress so that the bell would not be wet. and she forgot to tell her about it. Hearing this Laila became very happy and excited.
Laila suuddenly remembered that it was her tution time and she had to go for writing a test. On her way to tution she saw a man was drowning. She helped him. As a reward laila got a new pair of bells which were much better.
She found it under her bed.
Laila suddenly remembered that it was her tution time and she had to go for writing a test. On her way to the tution she saw a man drowning. She helped him. As a reward lalia got a new pair of bells which were much better.
Laila bought new bells from shop.
Laila found them in her garden, the wind had blown it there .
It was a huge snake who had eaten the two travellers it was just trying to eat them. Prakash got an idea. He started throwing stones at the snake. Everybody else also threw stones at the snake. The snake died. Then a ship came to the Island. The ship took prakash and the travellers back home.
Laila brought new bells from her father's shop.
Laila's parents helped her find the bells.
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She found the bells in her carboard.
Laila went to an old lady's house and asked her if she has her bells. The old lady had her 4 bells. She gave the bells to Laila. Laila went to her house and put the 4 bells on her bedroom window and danced again.
Laila brought new bells and she took good care of them.
Suddenly she saw the bells on top of a tall pole. She climbed it and saw that the bells were of red colour. She sadly walked home. When she was gone, a man came and put water on the bells. It turned into Laila's bells. He had put red paint on it. The man took the bells and went away. Laila bought new bells from the market.
Oh my bells where are they?' she looked out of the window and suddenly saw a man with her bells staring into his hands Laila quickly went to him and said harsh words. The man said 'I found this outside a house but when I looked I did not find anyone so I went around the pixe land to ask who was the owner of these bells but no one knew. So I thought why don't I take them but now I cannot because its your's.' said the man all in one breath 'thankyou' said laila 'as a token of reward will you accept one of these bells' 'sure' he said. 'here 'said laila the man took the bell and happily went towards his house. Laila said' I made both myself and him happy.'
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