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GUEST,Severn BS: Christmas Tavern 2015 (157* d) RE: BS: Christmas Tavern 2015 28 Dec 15

Severn enters the private banquet room. The guests are sitting at an extremely long table with glasses of wine for all and a loaf of bread the length of the table with countless candles in it. The Birthday Boy sits at the head of the table with Mother Mary Herself. also with the yellow circle around her head next to him. Also at the table are a few minor deities and functionaries such as Mother Nature, The Green Man and Jack Frost (with Suzie Snowflake at his side looking beautifully resplendent on, of course, white)and a lot of the world's famous missing characters, such as Amelia Earhart & Captain Noonan, Judge Crater, Ambrose Bierce, Jimmy Hoffa and that fellow who jumped out of that plane with all that money they never found, you know the one. Also, there are some of the departed people that graffiti on the walls of the world proclaim still live, Elvis, Che, Joe Hill and the like, and yes, even Kilroy was there.

The Birthday Boy's crown of thorns has been momentarily replaced by a still somewhat prickly one made of holly pine and other forest matter with a piece of paper saying "Happy Birthday" pinned to it. The Green Man is telling Mother Nature that Jesus has taken his head dress and he wants it back.

Jesus looks over at Mother Mary saying "It's MY birthday".
Mother Mary gives the Green Man and Mother Nature a stern look look that would cook an elephant and says, "LET IT BE!"

Severn says, "Excuse me, but could I get some pictures and maybe some autographs?........

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