Kaa gets Mowgli
Mowgli knew he was going against orders as he stealthily made his way through the village doing his best not to get seen. Using his quickness he scrambled up across a roof of a house and with a leap landed on a branch and hide behind a tree as he kept quiet seeing his chance he smiled and began walking.
He wouldn't be gone too long, just to see how his old friends where doing. Baloo, Bagheera and his Wolf Family. He missed them they where his family, he even missed King Louie and the Monkeys.
He'd only be gone for a while, he'd make sure of it. Short enough for no one to know that he had gone as he started walking through the branches of the trees taking in the view of the Jungle as the village disappeared behind him. It was good to be back
They'd be glad to see him especially Baloo the bear. Although Bagheera would most likely tell him to go back to the Man Village but he just wanted to see them for a little while, to tell them he missed them and that he thought about them all the tim
Mowgli finally surrenders to KaaMowgli stalked carefully past the grass huts of the man village, careful not to make a sound. Growing up in the jungle how made Mowgli naturally adept at move quickly and quietly but here in the man village it was much harder. His normally free and nimble bare feet had been weighed down with tight leather sandals which he'd be forced to wear, his skin was wrapped up in seemingly endless robes that almost covered him completely and his thick black hair was encased in a turban.Mowgli finally surrenders to Kaa3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
When he'd first been lured to the man village a year ago, things had been so fresh and exciting. The people had been welcoming and kind to him. They took care of him and showed him around and taught him how to communicate with them. But over what felt like far too short a time, things had progressively begun to change.
Many of the elders felt it was inappropriate for a boy to run about the village wearing nothing more than a tight loin cloth, so they forced him to wear large robes which tied all around his body. T
Alternate ending to Kaa and Mowgli's 2nd encounterMowgli the man-cub slept peacefully. He was high up in the branches of a large tree. He was sitting cross legged on a branch, with the soft, warm, scaly coils of a snake wrapped tightly around him. They covered him up completely, leaving only his head to rest on them. Mowgli felt no fear from being wrapped up. It felt like a beautiful, safe bed that he could rest in. Not too long ago Mowgli had been wandering lost and alone when he'd encountered his old enemy Kaa the snake. Mowgli was wary of Kaa, having once before been tricked by the crafty snake into staring into his colorful eyes. But after a short talk, Mowgli saw that he was wrong about the snake. Kaa wanted to help him. Wanted to protect him. Wanted to help him stay in the jungle. Something about Kaa had made Mowgli feel so relaxed and peaceful that before he knew it he was being cradled like a baby by Kaa before finally falling into a deep sleep and then wrapped up in Kaa's warm coils.Alternate ending to Kaa and Mowgli's 2nd encounter3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Mowgli had no idea, but at the same time h
Alternate ending to Kaa and Mowgli's 1st encounterThe sound of his name stirred Bagheera from his rest. He'd been trying for the past few minutes to finally lie down on the branch and get some much needed sleep, but Mowgli the man cub seemed intent on making things as difficult as possible. The boy had ridden on Bagheera's back all day long, Bagheera had been the one having to keep moving without a single break. He'd had to move quickly, the tiger Shere Kahn could be on them at any time and there was no time to waste. He'd expected Mowgli to understand how important it was they get him back to the man-village, but the boy insisted on arguing all through the night when all Bagheera wanted was to get some sleep before the long day ahead.Alternate ending to Kaa and Mowgli's 1st encounter2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
This time it was the boy murmuring Bagheera's name. The boy clearly sounded exhausted but thought that he could somehow convince the panther otherwise.
"Oh now look it's no use arguing anymore" Bagheera half spoke, half yawned. He'd lifted his head off the branch to be heard
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The swift icy breath of the tumbling breeze swirled through and over the tall mossy trees of the Indian Jungles. The afternoon sun pouring its rays over the Jungle canopy, the billions of leaves shielding the Jungle carpet below, the dry crumbling dirt of the Jungle soils vibrated slightly as two differently sized figures ran through, racing towards a large humped stone that extended out the earth below like the many living plants around it, as if it had roots of its own. Despite its large bump, the stones slanted surface was smooth and tough, perfect for the exhausted animal to just lay and relax upon without a care in the world.
"Beat Ya!" called a young human child, his skin a light tone brown, his body almost completely bare except for the crimson red loincloth that was tied around the lower area of his body, covering the very tips of his legs and concealing whatever the boy hid below. His soft, slightly exhausted fingers feeling the hard soothing texture of the stone as they lay u
The Jungle Book 2: A Kaa and Mowgli Encounter!The chirps and notes that echoed through the canopy like firefly’s drifting into the night, sung by the active and jolly birds of the Indian Jungle, spreading their songs to all those who can hear. Filling the hearts of all those who could hear the simply with a sense of happiness and enjoyment. However, not every being cared much for the birds song, nor their spirits were raised by it. For the light scuffing of soles against the rainforests dirt and dusty carpet, dragged heavily in sorrow… and confusion….for during the events of the second adventure in the Jungle, Mowgli the man-cub, a skinny child who wore a crimson red loin cloth, had long black hair that spiked in areas due to being overgrown, was un-sure about his choices he had made…The Jungle Book 2: A Kaa and Mowgli Encounter!2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Truthfully he missed the village life, he missed Shanti….her gentle and graceful voice…the very beacon that shone to him and introduced him to the village life in the very beginning. Ranjan, his fo
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The morning sun rose over the ever changing canopy of the Indian Jungles, the darkness fading as the rays of light soaked the leaves with the flow of its glorious rays. Another day had dawned, the nocturnal predators had now routed back into their dens and the Jungle morning had begun. The chirping of the birds filled the Jungle with their songs and spirits, leaving not an inch of silence as the chilly morning breezes carried their tunes through the maze of trees and other exotic plants that thrived as competition for their nutrients kept their roots continuously digging deeper into the depths of the fertile Jungle soil. Many of the now awakened animals began to step upon, as they made their way to fill their stomachs and break their fasting over the course of the night. The jungle now as lively as ever, but not every creature was awake yet.
A great tree stood in the middle of a vast array of smaller trees, it stood out like a sore thumb, its bark covered in a thick sheet of moss
The Jungle Vore Book (Kaa)As Mowgli carefully stepped out of the water, he shook himself dry as he remembered doing back in his old jungle days. He was much more comfortable now that he had cooled down, and he figured he could sleep much better now. Feeling much more confident, he was obviously unaware of the shadowy creature hiding within the trees of the jungle above him.The Jungle Vore Book (Kaa)2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The form of a huge rock python lurked out of sight, spying on Mowgli carefully. It was Kaa, who had wanted so much to eat the young man-cub despite how scrawny he was. He knew just how much Mowgli had managed to avoid his coils and hypnotism with a lot of luck, but this time Kaa had a scheme that he was certain would not fail. It was only a matter of finding the right opportunity…
…and this looked way too much like the right opportunity now.
The hungry snake licked his lips as he started to sneak carefully across the trees, and settled carefully on a time limb that was hanging above the pathway. Then he waited for Mowgli to com
kaa and gwen the storyOne night in August, gwen was out night watching while Ben and Grampa were sleeping. She stopped to lokk at an owl under a rather large tree, this tree belong to none othe rthan the snake kaa. Kaa who had seen the girl walking hissed to sooth her. She turned around only to see a very large snake head coming towards her. "Hello there girl-cub" he said "whoah a talking snake!". "Yessss i have the ability to talk always have" "You look tired" He said letting a few rings go through her eyes. She gave a slight yawn "Yeah I guess so" "Would you like to come up into my tree to rest?" Yes I would " she said "OK but could you take off your sneakers please , Im trying to keep it clean up there.'' "Well OK" she said as kaa wrapped a coil around Gwen`s waist, his tail crept down her leg and untied her sneakers. She giggled as his tail went down her leg. "Do my coils tickle you?" "A little bit" she said. When her sneakers were all untied kaa lifted her out of them revealing her rainbow toe socks "ckaa and gwen the story6 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
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It was one of the hottest days of the year, when Mowgli decided to leave his village again and sneak into the jungle, to get some nice juice pawpaw-fruits. The sun was burning in the sky like she did for several days now, but this particular day, it seemed she tried to fry all things wandering the earth. Mowgli missed being in the jungle with his friends and he hadn't had a fruit like that in months. No one else in his village would wander miles for some fruits, so he just left the village by passing the small river nearby. The high trees and the leaves shielded him from the sun, but it was still very hot and humid. He only wore his red briefs and sweat was pearling down his bare skin when he made his way through the almost impassable jungle.
Not far, Kaa, the giant python made his way through the jungle, too, but on another level. He coiled himself around the thick branches of the trees and slithered towards a very strange, but somehow familiar
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"It'ssss about time!" the starving serpent said aloud, feeling the first wave of relief his senses had experienced in quite some time.
After missing out on yet another chance to devour the infuriating mancub Mowgli - who brought nothing but bad luck with him, Kaa was sure of it - the perverted python had been dying to get something helpless and delicious into his huge, crushing coils. Perhaps he would squeeze his next victim to the brink of death, just to vent his frustration over the pesky mancub's inability to just stay put and be eaten? Maybe he would picture his next catch as the mancub himself, as he would twist and twirl his coils numerous times around their dying frame, crushing the very life from their body all while imaging it happening to the stupid little jungle boy.
But this time, Kaa chose to forget all about the annoying young brat, and instead focus on just how beautiful this new future-victim was. The snack in question was a girlcub, young and fair, with a slender frame
Mowgli's Friend KaaMowgli had had enough of the village life. He almost literally threw down his things and stormed off, leaving the astonished faces of friends and family behind. As he walked towards the village gate, he began tearing off his clothes, first his flowing shirt, then his trousers, he was left in nothing but a thick diaper-like loincloth. He marched threw the arch of trees that led into the jungle, not looking back at the village. The hustle and bustle, all the stupid people and their stupid rules and regulations, just the whole village way of life was enough to drive anyone up the wall. The idea of money alone was baffling enough to Mowgli, who just couldn't see the point of it, saying how people should make or find their own things, and trade actual goods rather then tatty old metal coins.Mowgli's Friend Kaa3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
'Nope', he thought as he trudged along, pushing low hanging branches out of his face as he went. 'I'll much prefer my chances out in the real world, and if the worse should happen? Pah! Life's life.'
Kaa's New Friend Deep in the tangled and dangerous, but beautiful jungle, a massive, handsome golden-brown python slithered his way along, feeling in an especially good mood today. He had eaten quite a large and delicious meal a few weeks ago—Kaa smacked his lips as he remembered the taste of the small deer sliding down his belly—so he had been quite satisfied for a long time. However, even though he didn’t quite feel hungry, he did feel a little snacky today. He thought it would be a good idea to go find a rodent, or even try a hand at the fish to satisfy him. But before he could get to the river, thunder suddenly rumbled overhead and the heavens wept buckets of rain down on him.Kaa's New Friend2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
“Oh, what rotten luck,” Kaa grumbled, sliding quickly away to find shelter. Thankfully, there was a particular favorite tree he knew of that was close by, its branches so low and thick it was like a canopy and sheltered him well from rain and sun, a
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The young Julie was spending her summer with the Ullo tribe deep within the Indian jungle. Her school was paying for all her flight costs and the only thing she had to do in return was help out the elders. Over the weeks Julie had grown used to their ways of living. She had started wearing a tank top and long skirt so the heat wouldn't get to her, and her blond hair was carefully braided by the town's girls. After another normal breakfast, Julie headed out to go and get some more water for the village. Sarah, the only girl of her age from the tribe, had told her to stay for a little while until the sun was fully up, as predators tended to lurk around dawn. But Julie ignored her warnings and started her walk to the small river up north, carrying a water jug with her.
Unknown to t
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It had been so easy, as expected - the mancub was far too stupid to escape his penetrating, hypnotic gaze. And now the boy sat there, his own eyes spiralling away, his brow raised in an expression of helpless confusion and seduced delight. With every passing spiral his will ebbed away, and the true joy came from seeing the slight smile beginning to tug at the corner of his adorable little mouth as his brain turned to mush under the powerful, seductive spell.
With his face now changing into that entranced, blissful expression, it was the perfect time to spin the strong coils around him. Sliding by his waist, the thick tail slowly wound around him, taking its sweet time, almost mocking the mancub and his inescapable situation. With each binding loop of the reptilian muscle, his chances of ever leaving this place were growing less and less. And within moments, the inevitable *PING!* had sounded off, placing him completely under his master's spell, physically and mentally unable to do anyt
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The sound of rustling leaves was what woke Sora, who was sprawled ungracefully on the jungle floor. His blue eyes fluttered open, blinking against the filtered sunlight that shone through the canopy far above him, casting spatterings of brightness over the clearing.
"Uuuhn, my head..." The boy groaned as he sat up, rubbing the back of his head tenderly. When the haze of unconsciousness wore off, Sora got to his feet, surveying the area around him.
He was definitely in a jungle. The heat and humidity, along with the lush , bright foliage and noises from birds and animals indigenous to the tropical region told him that. There was a faint hissing behind him, and, already on his guard, Sora whirled around to face-
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Kaa was nestled up high in his tree perch, his sinuous coils looped around branches and tree trunks. Despite his bulk, he was nearly invisible in the jungle thanks to his color pattern. Out of all of the humans that Kaa had spied around the campfire while they ate, Hinata was the best. She wasn't too large or too thin. Lovely feminine
Kaa companyDeep in the jungles of India rested one of the most fantastic and massive serpents of all time. The mighty snake's name was Kaa, who not only had almost 50 feet of thick, muscular coils that no land animal could resist, but held the fabled power of hypnosis. With his hypnotic abilities he could turn the most fierce fighter into a drooling slave. Kaa particularly enjoyed doing that with his food, right before swallowing it whole and still alive. But in the canopy of the rainforrest he was quite full, and wouldn't need to eat again for a time. Kaa was, unfortunately, bored at the moment. He lay curled up in loops among the tree branches, watching flies lazily.Kaa company6 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
"Hmph... Why mussst the jungle be sssso boring?" he wondered, his tongue flicking lazily. But then something caught his attention. A faint odor was in the air, something very distinct. Kaa raised his large head, flicking his tongue more rapidly now, his curiosity piqued.
"What isss thisss?" Kaa murred to himself, smiling a bit. The
Amanda and the Legend of Kaa"But that's not how it happens," Amanda said from the platform at the front of the classroom, facing the room full of men. She stood with her hands on her hips, her soft, full lips pressed together in exasperation. As much as she was trying to prevent it, her frustration with this group full of superstitious men was starting to show, and she paused for a moment to regain her composure. Her blue eyes flashed as she reached up and pulled her shoulder-length auburn hair behind her head, reaching into a shirt pocket to retrieve an elastic hair band and then tying her hair into a pony tail. The relief on her neck from the heat was immediate, although she was still sweating bullets. She had been told that the heat in the jungle was oppressive and had dressed for it, wearing a pair of hiking boots, khaki shorts, and a short-sleeved khaki shirt that she had tied off beneath her breasts for maximum comfort. She knew that the menAmanda and the Legend of Kaa3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This