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GUEST,Severn BS: Christmas Tavern 2015 (157* d) RE: BS: Christmas Tavern 2015 30 Dec 15


Severn walks through the tavern door and brushes off the snow, still thinking about his crazy dream, when a snowman at the bar sitting next to a hatless policeman greets him by leading all at the bar in "Freeze A Jolly Good Fellow". Severn thinks, "No it can't be...." and walks over toward the fire pit to get warm.

Over by the fire pit he sees what looks like the bottom part of a Polaroid photograph, the top of which had burnt away, showing part of a uniform and part of what looked like a robe. Turning the photo scrap over he sees the inscription,

Severn,
Happy Landings,
Captain Noonan

He throws the picture into the fire and walks away, saying, "Lord, how can this be happening?" when in a puff of holy smoke appears Mother Mary, saying "LET IT BE!"
I ask her "Do you ever say anything other than 'Let It Be!'"? and she nods.
"What else DO you say?"
"Leave it alone! DON'T MESS WITH IT, BUSTER!", and a puff of sacred whatever, she vanishes.......

Acme comes up behind Severn and asks him "What's the matter?"
"Did you just see that?"
"See what?"
"Never mind. Hey, do you want to dance?"
"Sure, but you seem to be a little shaken..."
"If they start up a fast one, there'll be a lotta shakin'", and taking her hand, says "May I?"
The band starts rockin' and Severn starts dancing on paper the way he can no longer do well in real life when he can't write the script and he tries to get lost in the music and forget......


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