Be warned, this has nothing to do with that thing about Benjamin Bell, or whatever his name is. It sounds sorta like it, though. This is something totally different. It's based off this wierd dream I had last night, involving Kermit and Miss Piggy. Hope you enjoy it. Kermit the frog was a brave explorer. He was curently exploring a cave, completely covered in ice. Everytime he took a step, his flippers seem to freeze. He was exploring the frozen cave with his long time business partner, and friend, Fozzie Bear. "The temperature in here is at least below zero." Fozzie shivered, as he zipped up his coat even more. "Yeah. I wish what we were looking for wasn't in such a cold place. I mean, you're lucky. You have fur." Kermit shivered. "And I'd give it all to you if could." Fozzie smiled. Kermit smiled, and went in his own seperate corner to search for the pure crystal hidden somewhere in the cave. Fozzie, also in his own little corner, observed his surroundings. "Did you find anything Kermit?" Fozzie asked. "No, not yet. Let's go to a different section of the cave." Kermit and Fozzie ventured further into the cave. As they made in a little further, the two came across a frozen sillouette. "Yikes! K-Kermit, i-is that a person?" Fozzie stuttered. "I think so Fozzie." "W-Well it gives me the creeps! L-Let's get out of here!" Fozzie stuttered. "You go ahead. I'll investigate here, while you look in the next room. Ok?" "Alright Kermit." Fozzie proceeded to the next room, while Kermit remained where he was, starig atthe beautiful silouette. The silouette was a pig. She obviously used to be alive. Really, she looked like a regular human being sitting on an icy shelf. However, she was blue and immobilized. She was very beautiful, even though she was completely frozen in place. "Uh... Hey there." Kermit whispered to the statue. "I-I know you're... You're dead and all but... You're very beautiful. If you still lived, I'd probably-" CRASH! Kermit's whispering was interupted by the sound of many falling icecicles. Kermit ran to the next room where his best friend wandered off to. As Kermit entered the icy room, he found Fozzie, with an icecicle right in the heart. "F-Fozzie!" Kermit ran to the aid of his best friend. "K-Kermit. G-Get out of here..." Fozzie whispered. "Th-This place is c-cursed." Fozzie ran out of the energy to speak, and died. The worst part is, is that Kermit didn't even have the time to cry. There was about to be a avalanche, and if Kermit didn't act now, he'd end up like Fozzie. Kermit left his buddy behind, and ran back into the room with the frozen pig. He tried to escape through the other side of the room, but a land slide happened in there too, and both sides of the room were blocked off. It was just Kermit and the frozen woman in front of him. Kermit put his back towards the pig, and sat. "I guess it's just you and me, huh?" Kermit sighed. "Yeah." A soft voice replied. Kermit hopped on his feet immediately. He turned around very slowly. "Did you just... No, you're dead. Y-You can't-" "Talk? Why of course I can!" The pig hopped off her icy pedestal, and walked up to Kermit. "Hi. I'm Piggy." Piggy held out her hand. "I'm Kermit. Kermit the frog." Kermit shook Piggy's hand, and stared into her beautiful blue eyes. Piggy blushed, and then shivered. "You're cold?" Kermit asked. Piggy nodded, and shivered again. "See that?" Piggy pointed at two urns. "There used to be four." "What happened to them?" Kermit asked. "They shattered. Everytime a urn shatters, a piece of my soul does." Piggy explained. "Why does it shatter?" Kermit asked. "Kermit, like you said, I'm dead. And since I missed the light, I'm stuck on earth. However, if all the urns shatter, I dissapear. Since the cold weather is too much for me to bear, the urns shatter. I need warmth. T-To be the living dead." Piggy explained. Kermit nodded, and then he heard a crack. He turned around, and saw one urn shatter before his eyes. Piggy weakened, and fell at Kermits ankles. "Oh no! Piggy!" Kermit took off his coat, and covered her with it. She wasn't waking up. "No... NO!! NOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!" Kermit yelled. It was twelve o' clock in the morning, and Kemit woke up screaming. When he stopped screaming, a light switched on. "Kermie, it's twelve in the morning, what's the matter?" Piggy aked sleepily. "Piggy!" Kermit rolled over, and snuggled her. "You're alright!" "Of course I am dear." Piggy kissed Kermit on the cheek. "Great. Now I can get some sleep." Kermit sighed. "Oh, and cover up. You're freezing!" Piggy was puzzled. "But it's the middle of Summer." "Doesn't matter. I don't want your last urn to crack." Kermit mumbled. "Huh...?" Piggy whispered. But Kermit had already fallen fast asleep. Piggy smiled, turn off her bedside light, and nuzzled closer to her frog. "Goodnight Mon Capitaine." Piggy whispered. Chappie 2 will come when I think of it!