Read the entries to previous WriteStuff competitions.
This is my imagination and entirely dreamed up. Are you still here? You must want to read on. Good! Here we go!
I woke up and the blazing white sun pierced the darkness that had been a few seconds ago. I looked up and almost fell over in surprise. Everything was massive! Why? When I looked down, I realised.
It was me that was small, not everything else that was big.
I was wearing a red and black suit and belt with hundreds of vials of liquid. The helmet had antennae on. Weird! Then a shadow arose, towering high over me. I drew myself together and looked up. It was an abominable ant. I scrambled away as fast as I could. Realizing that the ant was talking, I was worried. First, I was tiny, then a talking ant. No way is this reality! I thought about how much I wanted to be the right size.
Whoosh! I grew until I was human sized. Fantastic!
Unfortunately, on the way up I knocked some beakers over. Okay, a lot of beakers, forming two pools. Leaping over them, I glanced out the window. So, this was Stark Towers. I must be the brilliant inventor, Ant-Man! As I turned around the two puddles were swirling; a two-faced man had appeared. Janus, the Roman god of choices.
“Pick a portal young man. Each one will give you a different fate.” His voice was overlapped as each face spoke at a different pace. I investigated the portals; one was a green meadow, with a bouncing animal in it. Tigger! The other had speeding cars and gun shots. James Bond! As I thought about the two different paths, I began to comprehend this was just the start of something that could be a marvellous adventure…
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