Read the entries to previous WriteStuff competitions.
Walking along the path of hope to my house I spot a wart-faced and long-nosed witch. She spotted me and started chasing me faster and faster shouting, “Come here little child, come to my castle it’s nice and comfortable.”
But I did not stop running and neither did she. Her ugly hat went flying off into the wilderness. When I thought I lost her I stopped running. But then she crept up on me and caught me in a net! When I was finally let out of the net I let out a gasp at dark gloomy castle.
The witch came up to me and said, “Welcome to your new home.” I started crying and then made a run for it. I had no idea where home was. I started running up north as fast as I could. I ran into a forest where I knew she couldn’t find me. There were graves all over the place so I got out of there as fast as I could! I knew that the horrid witch was chasing me down so kept on running.
I came to a castle with watchmen at the top so I sprinted past there. My body was so tired that I felt like I was going to faint. I finally found a path but it wasn’t my path by my home because it had path of death crossed out and then scribbled over. It was path of hope. I decided to stay there all night even though it gave me the hebijebies.
The following morning I ran west, to the sea of happiness, then swam to the bay of Mcrea were I found the witch with her net ready to capture me. I ran away but she chased me faster and faster.
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