By Ciel, Year 11
Me, Wayne and Sarah met up on a hot, dark Hawaiian beach at 10 o’clock
at night. Sarah came in a big purple dune buggy, it was funny because we
were all supposed to be walking. We saw a turtle and a dolphin, then we
found a rainbow fossil. It was in the different coloured ocean where we were
swimming. It was exciting and I picked it up. It felt nice; it was smooth and
I showed my friends the fossil and they were excited. I nearly fell
over with excitement, I screamed, my heart was beating fast. I couldn’t wait to
find out if it had magic powers. It was pointy, it was the size of a water bottle,
coloured red, yellow, orange, blue, green, pink and purple in swirls.
I pointed it at Wayne.
Suddenly, he started sparkling, a tail formed behind him, his body
became long like a pony, he got a white mane and a horn formed on his
forehead. I screamed. I felt awkward, I wondered if he could fly or if I could
ride him? He galloped fast down the beach. Me and Sarah went home to our
cabin, wondering if he would come back.
‘Should we turn more people into unicorns?’ I questioned Sarah.
‘That’s a great idea. We want to make everyone turn into a unicorn,
to make changes to the world.’
‘Yes, we should because people should be kinder and have more
friends, like a unicorn.’
We ended up finishing the conversation and going to bed. Wayne did
not come back. We went to sleep wondering if he would ever come back.
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