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Kegas Kegas Jan 11, 2021

Story on ' a walk in a wood' for competition in 250 words​

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The fog surrounding me and my two best friends was thick, the air muggy and all sense of the world gone. As we walked on further into the woods it was difficult to know both where we were going and when we would get there. Fear was pounding at my heart, but there was no going back. I had to keep going. Me and my two best friends Emily and Mikaela, pushed forward struggling to breathe as we went. The track seemed to be endless. There was no where to go. We were lost in the middle of a dark black forest with no food no water, shelter, water or heat. That was when we started to panic.

My breath started to stager. It was too hard to keep going. My knees went weak and gave way. It felt as though I was falling. Falling through a deep dark tunnel. I had fainted.

I woke up shortly after with Emily slapping my face painfully and shacking me. A look of concern crossed with fear was upon Mikaela’s face. I tried to sit up but the pain in my stomach was unbearable. Finally I was able to sit up against the tree. Though as I sat the three of us remained silent. Up further away a wolf cried to the moon. Which was barley visible through the dense fog. It was hard to tell who was more scared. The looks on Emily’s and Mikaela face made me feel very uneasy.

We sat there for a minute that seemed to go for an eternity. As the trees moved in the aggressive wind, shadows of frighting shapes littered the ground.

As we moved on we came to a house. Which was very odd in such a deserted environment. We approached carefully not wanting any animals to know that we were walking in their land on. Their territory in which they guard viciously and greedily wanting to protect them their families and the place in which the protect greedily. As we approached, a wolf ran in front of us. Its blood red eyes were boring into us. We started to back away but there was no where to go. The wolf gave us a fleeting look that told us it would be back. I looked into Emily’s soft hazel eyes then into Mikaela’s vivid blue eyes. We walked on.

Finally we reached the house. Smoke was rising from a chimney and drifting softly into the air with out a care in the world. I knocked. There was a ringing silence that went for a time that seemed to want to last forever. No one answered.

I knocked again. A groaning noise came from within and a young beautiful woman steeped out. We were saved. She let us her phone. Ten minutes later a midnight blue care was speeding towards us. To rescue us. The journey home was enjoyable with a nice long nap. Everything was back to normal again.

Martin Martin
Jan 11, 2021
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