Monday, June 15, 2020

100 WC #4

clap clap clap clap clap i hear as the curtains fall. As one we wait until the curtains rise again, and then bow deeply for our loving audience. we quickly walk off stage and then the elephant begins his speech. we had just performed at the World Wide animals performance. we were a circus from tasmania. our leader was a tasmanian devil. he rode a motorbike on a wire suspended 20 metres above the ground. I performed as a fire breather/swallower, and could down bottles of gasoline and dump a lit match down my throat, and still miraculously survive.

1 comment:

  1. Kia ora Noah. You have written such an interesting story with a lot going on in it, even though the elephant turned out to be quite a small part. One thing you really need to remember when you are publishing these !00WC pieces, is to make sure that you follow the simple rule of ALWAYS beginning a sentence with a capital letter. Keep practising your writing and enjoy every minute.
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