Intermediate. Years 7/8/9


By erick gomes, year 8, La Mare de Carteret School

One dreadful day some sort of thing was appearing. It was an island. I was on my boat and I found an island. It was called Erick. I had my bandoleers and there was some sort of thing and it was a huge house and then I got to the island and then I had to tie up my boat to the tree. As i walked two steps i heard a whisper, it said the dead forest. I was so scared and then I was not scared and then stared to walk then I saw this girl. She was crying and I went up to her and said " Hello, what is your name?" She said Meagan and then I felt some thing and I said it to her "I love you". Then when she looked at me she said the same thing and then we asked each other out, then she said she was a Queen and then i said "Why are you not a queen?" It's because Meagan had too much to deal with and then she escaped. I said ok. Meagan and I were going to a huge house that I saw in the distance. As we were walking i was asking her what she liked and then we found out what we were good at and then we got to the house and then we looking around and then we got caught. Then we got away and then Meagan fell and she found this type of paper. Erick gaped her hand and we started to look for this type of treasure .......

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