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Name: Alexandra Baff 9th November 2012
The man looked away and there infront of him was a wolf. The grey one, the wolf pounced at him and grabbed hold of him! I saw this as my chance to escape and got off the ground and ran while the man was distracted. He must've heard me though cause he ran towards me, the wolf jumped onto him and dragged m along the ground. While he still had a grip on me!
Then, i heard the break of a bone in his neck, now was my chance. While the wolf was biting and trying to break his neck i ran for the fence, the man was definatly dead now and i ran to the old brown gate. I started to climb it when the wolf walked over, i cursed and then the wolf jumped. He pulled the bottom of my shoes and then grabbed onto my bag that was hanging by my side. He dragged me off the fence, and then pulled me by my bag. I screamed and cried out and no one was around. I pulled away from the grey wolf and i started to run away. but, he didnt chase he just in a weird way started to cry. like dogs do when they whine. I felt sorry for it and stopped where i was, the wolf walked over. his head hanging, and then when i stroked his head, his stomach moaned. The wolf was halftarved to death. The next day after making up some excuse to mum why i was late, i went looking for the wolf. I had some tinned dog food, which i hoped would do. Then i began to wounder for the 1st time what was that man! and where was he now? when i saw his body lieing on the footpath next to the wolf. I fed the wolf, and that was when i knew as the wolf ate up, that there was something very wrong with this wood and the wolves.......
Name: C.Wulf 31st May 2013
I loved this myth, even though their
was some misspellings it was great :)

 

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