A Dragon's Autumn

November 20, 2010
By FritiaSalsus BRONZE, Lakeville, Minnesota
FritiaSalsus BRONZE, Lakeville, Minnesota
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Favorite Quote:
Absolutely maybe.


The dragon looks over the world.

The fire of his brethren is evident everywhere.

He becomes visible, a white apparition among the blue.

Not many of his kind exist in the sky today.

The fire-ones shimmer through the reds and oranges, deepening the colors, with wind-brothers to help them on their way. The path they traveled crackles and crunches as they pass through.

Suddenly, his companion-of-the-sky moves, and the brightest, the Lord-Over-All bursts through.

The wind dragons whistle their appreciation.

The ground-dwellers burst forth, re-energizing to continue their travels, constantly eroding and changing the land.

New sky-brothers and sisters come, and the Bright One is blocked out again.

The dragon disappears, waiting for the next scene.

The author's comments:
Hmm... Well we went on a nature walk in English. I saw a cloud in the sky, and I decided it looked like a dragon.

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on Dec. 25 2010 at 6:05 pm
SpringRayyn PLATINUM, Lakeville, Minnesota
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"Don't punish yourself," she heard her say again, but there would be punishment and pain, and there would be happiness too. That was writing."
--Markus Zusak, "The Book Thief"

Clouds seem to always look like dragons. At least, to me they do. A lot.


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