A long time ago when humans weren’t around, another species roamed this earth. No one knows their names but we know their power. These people weren’t people as they could control the sky and the sea and made the earth shake with each step.
And with this unrealistic power they made technology that was so advanced not even modern humans could top it. They created cars that flew as well as sky ships with huge anchors that sailed around whilst the clouds watching the dinosaurs.
You maybe wondering why I am telling you about these people- as they have disappeared-but a sighting has been found. Last week on the 12th of May an anchor was found and on it was traces of another species of man.
An emus land.
A once salt field landscape filled with fish
Now covered in mans wish,
A field of greasy oil full of coal
I’m which lays the mutant soul,
Pretty landscapes full of crisp snow
Now melted ice caps are the show,
Brown jungles used to be green
Dotted around is animals rarely seen,
Giraffes homes torn down by men
Baby emus asking will it be over and when,
This was once an emus land
But us humans we weren’t planned,
Now animals don’t live beside human
They live on plates sprinkled with cumin,
This isn’t a cry for help on the earths behalf
It’s a poem from an emu and a calf.
One sunny day in the Sahara desert, a giraffe named Jimmy was chomping happily on a delicious chocolate ice cream.
He was half way through it, enjoying every little morsel – when suddenly he saw something brown and greasy in his fur! The ice cream had melted in the hot desert sun, so he licked his lips to try and catch some more ice cream before it disappeared.
But what was that strange taste? Was it salt? After all it was a very hot and sweaty day.
A power he thought
If only i could, just, well... disappear through thin air to another planet - how wonderful it would be.
The very first day of his adventure had begun. He would explore different places so he went to ask his mum where he should explore she said, "The garden, maybe?".
He got a little bit annoyed and suddenly he was some where, where nobody lived in a dark forest with tree stumps sticking out.
Maybe be had powers after all...
No one knew what was behind the window. No one wanted to either. It was put there by the mayor of an isolated town.
Not even the strongest men could even dare to look through it. But it could. It was not a man nor human for that matter. It’s face was burnt to a crisp and it’s eye were deep in its face. The towns children mocked this thing but little did they know it was part of something much bigger.
So that particular afternoon this creature walked up to the window and undid the blinds he saw ...
Himself. It wasn’t a window, just a mirror. And all of the other towns people were like him.
Each week we are taking part in 'The 100 Word Challenge' to be creative and expressive with our writing.