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The World Before

The dawn of a new era had come, a world of animals that had no laws and all were independent. The world was a place of freedom and peace until the Lion Clan felt like the world needed order and discipline. The rest of the animals disagreed of course but the lions kept their word that they would all fall into their grasp and Lions would rule the land of which they stood. The lions began protesting, and as their population grew, the more threatening they became. “Our clan is now your enemy!” declared the leader of the Lion Clan, Rokum. “The earth will soon be ours and you shall be the lower level. A new world shall rise from the ashes and have order and law. Be prepared to surrender to the superior clan!” All of the lions roared with power and pride. The rest of the animals could sense the fearsome might that these beasts had. An elephant known as Trogus, stood at the front of the group and called, “Your plots of ruling this great land shall be crushed under the might of these brave animal warriors!” “Your words are nothing compared to our strength young elephant!” shouted Rokum. “The time of lions is coming near and what do you plan to do about it?!” Trogus looked around himself at first and then called with such might and force that it rumbled the earth, waking the ants and termites beneath their feet. “We shall fight!” “But Trogus,” said a cheetah named Kumu.”We don’t know how to fight, let alone argue, the earth has been in peace and harmony for the past four hundred years, we’ve never fought before. But apparently you’ve had some experience with these lions.” Trogus had a part of one of his tusks missing, a scar of the treacherous Lion Clan. “If you can’t fight than you need to be taught how to fight.” said Trogus. The next day the animals were trained how to fight with Trogus as their teacher. The next morning the animals came face to face in a meadow of wheat and berries. The animals were prepared for their...

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The Wicked Witch of Bell Manor

The Wicked Witch of Bell Manor

“C’mon you great lump! Get up!” cried the housemaid of Bell Manor. She began hitting the ceiling with a broomstick. Andrew, the boy who grumbled and groaned as she made this racket, was the one who was in an oak made bed with curtains surrounding it. Andrew parted the blood-red curtains as he woke up. Andrew was about seventeen years old, he had a round face, and a small nose that was engulfed with zits. He also had brown, slicked hair that was in extreme need of a brush, and the only thing that wasn’t…lack luster, about his face was his eyes. His eyes were beautiful green that sparkled like emeralds.   Enough about Andrew, let’s go back to when the housemaid, Ms.Clamford, or as Andrew and his younger sister, Lisa, called her, Mr.Clamford, for she had a voice that would be fit enough for a very beefy man. “If ya’ don’t get down this instant, I’ll feed your breakfast to them dim witted dogs of yours!” screeched Ms.Clamford, “Go ahead then!” yelled Andrew, “I’m not gonna eat that rubbish anyway!” “Why I ‘oughta rip ya’ limb from limb!” shouted Ms.Clamford, “Me’ porridge is as good as any rubbish that you get at them fancy diners that your mum and dad would take you and your babbling sister! You’re all spoiled ya’ hear me! SPOILED!” “Ahh, would you just shut up you old hag!” retorted Andrew, “HAG?!” yelled Ms.Clamford, “You had better say goodbye to that fat ass of yours if you don’t come down he this instant! Your lucky your parents are in Africa right now because they wouldn’t like coming back home finding their, ‘sweet Andrew!'” (Ms.Clamford spoke in a very mocking and high pitched voice mimicking his mother.) “You had better shut that wide mouth of yours, otherwise I’m not coming down their just to eat your filthy porridge!” Then Lisa came into the argument. “You guys are fighting every morning now, I’m practically putting almost everything in my room around my ears so I don’t have to hear you two bickering and blabbing all the time!” This was one of the first times Lisa had an outburst...

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The Hummingbird Story

The Hummingbird Story

Way back in the world everything was peaceful. It was always sunny outside, and all the animals were never grumpy or depressed. Instead they were happy and cheerful. The animals barely had to work at all. All there food was brought by the Great Spirit who ruled in all the land. One day Brother Bear was wandering around the forest in search of some food. Unfortunately Great Spirit had passed a law that no creature is allowed to harm another creature. And by this law Brother Bear had a less chance of finding food. Brother Bear came across a river that was full of salmon. Brother Bear thought, “Oh man those salmon sure look good. Maybe I could just take a little bite,” but then Brother Bear stopped himself, he knew he couldn’t harm one of those delicious, tender, sweet looking salmon. So with that, Brother Bear ran away from that river as fast as his gigantic paws could carry him.   The next day, Brother Bear was taking a stroll through the forest trying to take the thought of those salmon out of his mind. Apparently Brother Bear wasn’t to good about remembering where things were. So yet again Brother Bear ended up by the river just over-flowing with salmon. As soon as Brother Bear’s eyes set upon those delicious looking salmon, he was hypnotized by their untamed beauty. Then Brother Bear started to shake his head to get that sight out of his mind. Brother Bear was astonished he was even thinking about harming one of those innocent salmon. Brother Bear high-tailed right out of there back into his cozy den. Brother Bear was fed up with this salmon madness. It was time to put a stop to it. Brother Bear was going to march right over to that river, and show those salmon who’s boss. The results were not what Brother Bear was hoping for. He yet again hypnotized by those salmon, and was running back to the safety of his den. Brother Bear tried the next day, and the next day, and the next day, but failed over and over again. About three weeks later,...

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