Zelda's Inferno exercise: Google ad stories

This week's Zelda's Inferno exercise: Google ad stories, as described here. The point: 'to litter the internet with stories where stories have not previously been." The format: a title line, up to 25 characters, which may be part of the story but must also stand alone as a title; then two lines of up to 35 characters each. (If published as an ad, there is also a by-line for the author.)

Stopping at an ATM
Instead of $20s, the machine gave
him the secrets of the Cosmos.

Boy meets Girl
Boy sells soul to the Devil for her
love; learns no soul means no love.

Life's Ambition
Joe wanted to be a writer. He
practiced until he realized: he was

One fine March day
spring's first blossom pushed a
susceptible man into enlightenment.

Once up a time
there was a foolish boy who loved
everyone. Surprise - he ended up ok

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