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  • Once upon a time, five little peas lived together inside a pea pod in harmony and contentment.

  • They slept all day, warmed by the sun, and at night they would talk together and listen to the music of the Moon.

  • When the moon was a crescent, she strung a silver string on her points and became a harp,

  • keeping the beat with a castanet.

  • When she was a full moon, she would boom like a mighty drum. The peas would wake when they heard her music.

  • Umm... Ahm~~~

  • The eldest preferred the sound of the drum.

  • Doong, doong, doong! Let's beat the drum~

  • The second was mischievous and enjoyed the castanets.

  • Click click! Click click!

  • The lyrical, sensitive third pea longed for the melody of the harp.

  • Today, the moon was in its crescent phase, and the soft music of the harp filled the air.

  • Moon, Moon, who are you Moon, and whence do you appear….

  • The other peas however, had different tastes.

  • They covered their ears and did not want to listen.

  • Ugh! The harp is dull and boring, I don’t want to listen to this!

  • and what about the Fourth and the Fifth?

  • I don’t care about anything, Life flows on like a river

  • The fourth pea was melancholy and thoughtful, but the fifth and youngest was very different.

  • He liked the castanets, the drum, and the harp the same.

  • I love them all. Each sound is special in its own way

  • Ta-rri-pi, doong-doong-doong..

  • One fine day, the five peas suddenly realized how cramped their pod had become.

  • Hey, move over!

  • It’s so stuffy in here

  • This pod is too cramped, I can’t sleep in here!

  • Huh? What’s going on?

  • Suddenly, the pod burst open, and the bright sunlight came bursting in.

  • Ohit’s so bright! What’s happening! What is this light?

  • Oh, no! Our home has burst!

  • It doesn’t matter…I’m going back to sleep.

  • Unlike the Fourth pea, all the others were quite excited.

  • This could be our chance!

  • Our chance for what?

  • Why, our chance to see the world! We aren’t stuck in a tiny pod anymore!

  • But we know nothing about the outside world! It could be dangerous!

  • I don’t care, I just want to see it!

  • The peas argued for a while about whether they should leave their pod.

  • It may be dangerous, but we have to give it a try.

  • Finally, they decided to take their chances and go on an adventure.

  • I wish I could get more sleep….

  • Don't leave me alone~!

  • Leaping out of their pod, the peas slid down a thick stem and landed in a furrow in the pea patch.

  • I hadn’t realized how far up our home had been.

  • The peas were overwhelmed at encountering the world for the first time,

  • and were confused about where they should go.

  • Hey look, I found some peas that will be perfect for my slingshot!

  • Fly peas! Fly!

  • Oh…!!!!

  • Wait! Brother!!!

  • The First pea flew high into the air and far away.

  • The Second, Third, and Fourth also went flying from the slingshot.

  • No no! I’m scared! Please put me down! I don’t want to fly!

  • I cannot resist the force of fate! I will follow my destiny!

  • At last, the youngest was launched from the slingshot.

  • Ooo….I feel like a cloud! It is so wonderful to flyso light and free! Woo-hoo!

  • The Fifth landed on a windowsill.

  • Oh….I feel so dizzywhere am I?

  • Let’s look through the window

  • Gazing through the window, he saw a little girl lying in bed.

  • She was very pale and thin, and was coughing weakly.

  • Here darling, try to swallow some of this soup.

  • I’m sorry…I feel too ill to eat anything right now

  • Oh, but you must eat so you can get strong and healthy!

  • Mmmm.. Ugh.

  • Cough, cough.

  • Oh, what will I do with you?

  • Cough, cough! Sorry. I'm so sorry, mom.

  • When the girl finally fell asleep, her mother looked up at the sky and cried.

  • How can you be so cruel to me? Why do you want to take my only child from me?

  • Please save my daughter!

  • Do you not pity the sufferings of a mother helplessly watching her child die?

  • Please save my daughter... Please save my daughter!

  • Beneath the light of the full moon, the pea rolled himself into the girls room

  • and sang for her to the beat of the drum.

  • Doong-doong-doong, play the drum! Doong-doong-doong, play the drum!

  • Where’s that sound coming from?

  • Who is it?

  • Look over here!

  • Huh!? Did you just say something?

  • I did. I can also sing to the beat of the Moon’s drum. He he!

  • You can?

  • The girl could see the full moon outside her window but she couldn’t hear its drum.

  • But I can’t hear the music

  • Nothing is impossible

  • What do you mean?

  • Listenand open your mind

  • My mind?...

  • Oh! It’s true, I can hear it nowthe drumbeats!

  • That’s right! You just have to believe!

  • If you believe, you can get better again.

  • No, my doctor says my disease cannot be cured.

  • Wellwhat if I can become something other than a peamaybe you can become healthy again.

  • But you are only a pea. What else can you become?

  • But what if I transform myself? Will you promise to change yourself too if I do?

  • Yes, I promise!

  • The next morning, the girl woke up early.

  • OhIt was just a dream…a talking pea..

  • ..that’s ridiculous..

  • Although the Girl didn’t really believe in her dream, she could feel hope rising in her heart.

  • But what if I could really cure myself?

  • Meanwhile, the Fifth pea resolved to keep his promise to the girl.

  • He used the dust that had built up on the windowsill to keep himself warm through the cold winter.

  • I know I can do it…I just have to try harder

  • The seasons changed, spring arrived, and the Fifth pea felt a change occurring within him

  • He had sprouted a green bud.

  • One day, the Girl’s Mother noticed the pea sprout on the windowsill.

  • Oh look! It’s a pea sprout! How did it end up on our windowsill!?

  • What’s that? A pea!

  • Oh Mother, he has kept his promise! The pea has kept his promise!

  • What are you taking about, dear?

  • The Girl told her Mother all about her strange dream.

  • Mom, so now, maybe I can become healthy again!

  • Of course you can, dearest!

  • The Mother was deeply touched by the confidence in her daughter’s voice and embraced her.

  • Do you really believe that you can get better?

  • Of course I can, if the pea can grow like that, I can!

  • Alright. Ha ha ha!

  • Courage and hope glowed on the Girl’s face as she turned to the pea.

  • This is all thanks to you, Pea. Thank you so much!

  • At that instant, the pea was proud and happy, and had no regrets about venturing into the world.

  • He hoped his brothers were alright and did not regret their decisions either.

  • As he looked at his branches, he could see new peas beginning to sprout, and he smiled happily.

Once upon a time, five little peas lived together inside a pea pod in harmony and contentment.

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ファイブピーズ - ベッドタイム・ストーリー・アニメーション|ベスト・チルドレン・クラシックス HD (Five Peas - Bedtime Story Animation | Best Children Classics HD)

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    Amy Lin に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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