The Orange Boys in Shakespeare Garden

Once upon a time, there were five orange boys and their names were Molan, Konan, Bolan, Gonan, and Shonan. They lived with their classical music boxes and their kind rabbits in the Shakespeare garden of central park.

They loved to play with each other and make beautiful music. They also loved to read Shakespeare’s plays and poems. They admired his words and wisdom.

One day, they decided to put on a play for their friends in the garden. They chose Romeo and Juliet as their play. They practiced hard and prepared everything they needed.

They invited all the animals and birds in the garden to watch their performance. They set up a stage near a fountain and decorated it with flowers.

The play began with Molan as Romeo and Konan as Juliet. Bolan played Friar Laurence, Gonan played Mercutio, and Shonan played Tybalt.

They acted very well and spoke with passion. The audience was captivated by their performance.

However, when they reached the scene where Romeo kills Tybalt, something unexpected happened. Shonan fell down on the ground as if he was really dead.

Molan was shocked and ran to him. He checked his pulse and found that he had no heartbeat.

He cried out loud, “Shonan! Shonan! Wake up! Please don’t die!”

The other orange boys stopped acting and rushed to him. They tried to revive him but it was too late.

They realized that Shonan had a heart condition that they did not know about. He had died of a heart attack while playing his role.

They were devastated by his death. They hugged each other and wept bitterly.

The audience was also saddened by this tragedy. They offered their condolences and prayers to the orange boys.

They buried Shonan under a tree in the garden. They planted some flowers on his grave.

They decided to honor his memory by continuing their play until the end. They finished it with tears in their eyes.

They dedicated their play to Shonan’s soul. They hoped that he would be happy in heaven.

They learned a valuable lesson from this experience: life is precious and fragile; we should cherish every moment we have with our loved ones; we should never take anything for granted; we should always follow our dreams; we should always be kind to others; we should always be grateful for what we have; we should always remember those who have left us; we should always love each other unconditionally.