Naptime

This is in response to the Weekly Writing Challenge: telling a story in exactly 50 words.

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After a brief, sleepless nap: “Can I get up now?”

“Another thirty minutes,” said his dad.

Cheerfully avoiding the bed, he laid out a pallet on the floor to wait out the short time until rising.

And thus he was found an hour later, motionless and peaceful in his slumber.

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