Monday, April 18, 2016

The Magical Snake

It's been a bit of a while since I last posted anything of my own work. I've been terribly busy, between work and writing. Also, cleaning my room, which is the very definition of a mess.

Or, at least it was. Now it's just messy. 

But I came across some old schoolbooks and other such notebooks, including some old stories of mine, and decided to share them with out.

Today, I'm sharing a story I wrote in second grade, so I was around six. The prompt was merely "about a snake," but I with my penchant for anything fantastic, chose to write about a magical snake.

So, without further adieu ...

There was once a magical snake that was oh so clever. He could could count to ten in people language. He had legs but he was slimy. Other snakes laughed at his legs and slime and told him he was not a real snake. But when a snake touched him with his tale, suddenly it could count to ten in people language, too. The other snakes were amazed. They stood up and jumped for joy.


  1. That was great! I love reading stories written by children. :) Thank you for sharing with us.

  2. It would have been longer ... but we ran out of lines. She would dictate the story while Mom frantically tried to get it onto paper without missing anything. Fun times.

  3. It's better than what I wrote when I was young. Something actually happened. I just described things.


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