Isolated, in a dingy, wind-swept forest, with an
overhanging moss-covered cliff, laid the Double-
Eyed Flyer. He was a malicious hard-shelled
dragon. Whilst flying, attempting to dodge hunchbacked
trees, it was caught off guard by an oak
tree. Crash! was the low-pitched noise the tree
made when his front horn jammed into it. Almost
immediately, he realised his horn was wedged into
the heart of the tree. He put all of his five legs on
the bark. Would this get his horn out? Swoosh! He
pushed away, spreading his wings to catch the air.
by Arthur Bartholomew Townsend (10)
Kineton Primary School, Kineton
Competition - Crazy Creatures
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