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The Fire Bird

Long, long time ago there lived a gigantic bird but not just any bird, a fire bird. This bird was made from fire. The fire bird looked cute but he was deadly. The fire bird lived in a big forest in Africa.

Most of the time the evil fire bird went to make trouble in the village. One day the fire bird was soaring home to the forest when his enemy, ice bird, came rocketing through the sky towards him!

Fire bird ducked as ice bird flew over him. Then ice bird made some ice fly over to him! Fire bird made some fire fly and melt the ice. It went on and on until ice bird became weak. Fire bird was about to melt ice bird when ice bird suddenly said, "Why can't we be friends?" Fire bird replies, "Yes!" Very soon they became good friends and they were known as the worlds best artists.

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your story is rily graet.
25th November 2017
interesting. it WAS good but just a little strange
18th March 2017
Good... Maybe make it a bit longer? It would be awesome if firebirds were real! *daydreaming* 13th February 2017
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