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The Old Black Sheep

It was on a dark long scary night and as always Wolly the sheep was out eating the long green grass in the meadow. The moon was high above him when a thundrus sound russeled throught the sky, a star seeked flashed at Wolly.

I mean Wolly is a sheep but maybe a very very clever sheep.It followed the star anyway bowing his long head to his soft soft fur when he glanced at a strange land.

Just then the star flashed 3 times in a row and Wolly turend red then pink then white. Then Wolly turned into a human still making that sheep noise. Was it the grass he eat or was it a strange night? Anyway Wolly never had this experience and never thought that he would be standing up with hair! But the only problem was he wasnt wearing any clothes!

But because Wolly was a sheep he didnt understand so he carred on walking round the meadow. But this time he folowed the moon and he ended up at another strange land...Dur it was the town and only one naked person in the town as well. He turned back into his normal self (a sheep)and carried on wandering around untill a huge lorry drove past poor Wolly and then Wolly was dead!

But the main thing about this story is, it only happened to Wolly.

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