Wednesday, October 12, 2005

My Story

We were fishing for lobster and oysters and we didn’t have any luck. So we went out further and the waves were rough and they took us out further to sea. We were lost so we were looking for land. We bumped into a large floating island, bigger than Australia near South America. And explored to see if there was anybody and we didn’t find anybody. We were on a nail carp. And then we went out father and see those hill and we didn’t know what to call them so we called the Paw Hills because they looked like paws sticking out of the ground. We stumbled across some giant dandelions. Then we found these huge mountains.

We found a valley with huge dandelions. We climbed the mountains and at the top we found the Serengeti. And we found Tiger-snakes, Cheetah-flies and the dreaded Lion-Eagle. The Lion-Eagle has claws so sharp that they could cut me in half with one swoop. We found a giant pack of Lion-Eagles and the king of them all huge enormous wings. The guard Lion-Eagles swooped down at us like peregrine falcons. We left there alive except that me friend was missing part of her pinkie. We stopped and make camp. It was hard to sleep at night because Cheetah-flies were buzzing all over. At morning we went to a watering hole and found fish for breakfast. This is an unusual breakfast because most people don’t have fish for breakfast. Hey, you would have fish for breakfast if you were stranded on an island with only one fish-filled watering hole.

Then after breakfast were heard “Thump thump thump thump” and it was an entire herd of Bat-Elephants. Their wings were giant. We ran away and accidentally left the fire. Then we came back and put the fire out later. And then we ran away again.
After this we went to a thing that looks like a neck that goes into a head. There were loads of water everywhere. So we were thirsty by them and we drank lots of water. Since there are no toilets, well, you get the idea. We washed our clothes including our underwear. It’s important to wear clean underwear. After we cleaned our clothes, we went exploring around the part of land that looked like a head. We found grasslands with lots of rivers. So many rivers that, think of it this way, we would never run out of fresh water! But the river lands were like the Serengeti, hard brutal and unforgiving. We stumbled along tiger-snakes, a mother , a father , and five little babies! We were going to be attacked, until a weird- looking native threw his spear at the tiger-snakes and got the momma’s tail. The tiger – snakes ran away as fast as they could, leaving waste behind.,

The native had tied up hair, with a feather from a lion- eagle’s wing stuck in his hair. It looks like he mixed powder and water together to make a paste and wiped it across his cheeks with his fingers. He began weeping. I asked him “what’s wrong” and he began speaking in gibberish. I told him “ I can’t understand a word your saying”. Then he almost said something in English I could almost understand him. He said “folouge”. So we followed him. Then he led us to his tribe. They could almost speak English, they sounded like they were a little bit British.

They brought us to their idol, the worlds’ largest blade of grass. That night we snuck out of their strange tribe and we passed two lakes and called them the eye lakes. Then we came across a bigger lake and we called it lake mouth. There were two mountains, that looked like teeth, so we called them mouth mountains. After we passed the brutal Serengeti we found a strange peninsula with a big dry desert. At the end there was a huge jungle and we saw another tiger snake. He tried to attack us. I thought we were doomed, but then the tribe found us and saved our lives. They gave us food and water and gave us a boat so we could get back home.


Lorna said...

Great story! :)

Do you like reading too? (know your mummy does!)

JoKeR said...

That's an amazing story! I love fantasy stories with all sorts of fantastic creatures, and also a happy ending.

terri c said...

Entropy!! What's this I hear about Tonsils??? Will you write a story about your tonsils? I'll be thinking of you...

Stacey said...

Great story!
Hear you're not doing too well after surgery. Praying for you, and hoping you're back to blogging and normal kid life soon.