Fireweeds 7/27/12I grew up in an old town in the country. I lived in the same house for 18 years. I knew everyone's names that lived in the town with me, and they knew mine too. Even though I knew everyone, my family and I were not very well liked. So we lived on the outskirts of town. We were sent there because people thought that my family and I were witches that brought destruction to the town.More Like This
They thought that because 18 years ago when I was being born, a dragon attacked my town. Everyone thought that all the dragons were already dead, but it was clear that they were wrong. Since they thought they had no more use for the dragon killing weapons, they were all sold to other towns. So the dragon continually set fire to everything in the town.
Many people that lived in and around the town were killed by the dragon burning them, or eating them. Every home except the one that I was being born in was burned to the ground. My house was the only one untouched by the dragon and the fire. That is why the peo
The Wolf and The ButterflyWandering through the wilds, a packless, hungry wolf dwells, residing from cave to cave to get away from the elements. As the wolf wanders outside his cave heading to a watering hole near by, he see a deer on its last legs close by the cave, patiently stalking the dying deer till it falls over in exhaustion so he can feed. Once the deer fell the wolf pounced and slowly dragged the wolf back to the cave to eat and regain his strength. Once he had his fill he left the cave for the watering hole once again, as he approaches the water hole he sees a butterfly with lime-green wings but it seemed to have a damaged wing but it was still moving and alive and strong, as the wolf was drinking water but butterfly walked closer to the wolf's nose, as the wolf raised up a bit and looked at the butterfly he lowers his nose again and the butterfly crawled onto the wolf's nose, slowly raising up the wolf walks to his cave as it begins to get dark and frigid, the wolf lowers his noseMore Like This