‘The last time someone saw the White Owl in forest that person died with a bunch of little tiny holes through his body.” said Joseph. “Well I ain't no wimp compared to you kids. So when you guys run all the way back to the house, I'll be a man and keep on working on the Cabane.” Said Félix. “Well we did warn ya, so when you die it's not going to be our
Rarity. Rarity had already lost her close family to the trotters, her own mother's throat was torn in front of her very eyes. Equestria was not suited for this kind of horror, it was always a land of peace and harmony; if you were to ask a random pony on what they thought about war, they most likely wouldn't of understood what you were talking about... yet, something much worse tore through the Equestrian plains. A plague like no other seen before, not even horror stories could come close to the sickness which has befallen the ponies of Equestria. But it came out of the blue, not so much as a warning had occurred when it all began.
The dove made the best of what she had. Her nest was not the biggest nor the best and the food she had to feed her family left them craving for more. It didn’t matter to her how big her nest was, as long as they were together as a family she was happy. The crow how ever had the biggest nest and always plenty of food to feed his family. The crow never worked for anything he had, he always stole from the dove.
During the Week of Peace Okonkwo notices that his youngest wife Ojiugo had left her hut to have her hair braided. She didn’t cook dinner ... ... middle of paper ... ... the feast Tortoise also persuades them to take new names for the feast according to custom. He tells the birds that his name will All of you. When they arrive the Tortoise asks his the birds for whom the feast is prepared. They had reply for all of you.
One morning my dad tried to tame my rooster and make him catch a grasshopper, yet he caught our cat’s tail, so she screamed and chased him. My rooster was terrified, so he hid under the bushes for two days. Finally, parrots have better temperament than roosters. They’re sensitive and enjoyable. My mom enjoys cooking while our parrot sings the alphabet, and when she forgets the food timing on the oven, he reminds her.
The greed of the bandits causes many conflicts with the people that are not in the war by taking away their food, shelter and thus causing illness. The villagers have nothing to eat because the bandits have taken it all for themselves. “But the third time they came back there was nothing to take, no oil, no food, so they burnt the thatch and the roofs of our houses fell in.” (page 120) as Gordimer writes. The people can not eat on their long journey through Kruger Park because although they find food to cook, they must not make a fire as it will draw attention to themselves. They have no food to take on the trip, so the people find fruit and eat it which results in illness, as it is poisonous.
Many say that she was burned to death, but the truth lays on a island for in the Pacific. She was tracked down from many hunters, but her potions were eventually never found. The town people feared her, but many knew she was a good person. One night she started to practice the spells of Blackmagic, except in the middle of her spell a hunter busted in. The White Witch would never use her magic against others, so she was burnt to death.
They were over by a fast creek that was flooding when Plainclaw slipped in, quickly being drawn downstream. When Hailfrost had tried to leap in after her, Brightshade took her spot. The two cats were never seen again. Now, she has no family in the Clan and no one to confide in. As a lone warrior, she makes the best of things and still enjoys stopping by the Nursery, to the place she was so close to being in as a queen.
All of the birds stopped singing and flew away and the tiny squirrels scurried up the trees, chattering obnoxiously. The sky seemed to turn dark, and the loud noises deafened my ears. I whirled around, terrified, I’m a pretty big guy, hello I’m a bear, but these noises sounded larger than even I am. I could hear human men yelling, growing closer. I bounded off toward my cave, forgetting about the last-minute food run.