• Dyskadores

    by Will Coleman

    Dyskadores the Teacher loves to go out painting pictures, even though the Quay is too crowded.
  • This is Dyskadores.

    Dyskadores ov vy!” says Dyskadores, “I’m a Teacher!”

    After school is over, Dyskadores loves to go out painting pictures.

    Da yw genev vy pentya lymnansow!” says Dyskadores, “I like to paint pictures!”

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  • Dyskadores takes her paints and her easel down onto Town Quay

    Da yw genev vy pentya lymnansow!” says Dyskadores, “I like to paint pictures!”

    It is a bit crowded on Town Quay.

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  • Someone squirts too hard; the tomato ketchup misses their chips and splodges onto Dyskadores’ canvas.

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  • Dyskadores uses her brush to make the red splodge into a boat.

    Da yw genev vy rudh!”

    says Dyskadores, “I like red!”

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  • A little boy trips up and splodges his blueberry ice cream onto Dyskadores’ canvas.

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  • Dyskadores uses her brush to make the blue splodge into the sea.

    Da yw genev vy rudh

    ha da yw genev vy glas!”

    says Dyskadores, “I like red and I like blue!”

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  • Someone drops a mustard coated mackerel right onto Dyskadores’ canvas.

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  • Dyskadores uses her brush to make the yellow splodge into the sun.

    Da yw genev vy rudh

    ha da yw genev vy glas

    ha da yw genev vy melyn!”

    says Dyskadores, “I like red and I like blue and I like yellow!

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  • Goraswonnek sees Dyskadores’ picture.

    Da yw genev vy dha lymnans!” says Goraswonnek, “I like your picture!”

    Goraswonnek buys the picture from Dyskadores for a pile of money.

    The next day in school Dyskadores fills all the paint pots with tomato ketchup and blueberry ice-cream and mustard.

    Dyskadores tells all the children to get painting.

    Da yw genev vy pentya lymnansow!” says Dyskadores, “I like to paint pictures!”

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