CAROLYN'S COMPOSITIONS

January 5, 2012

The Flamingo, A Pizza, and a Big Bad Dragon


THE FLAMINGO, A PIZZA, AND A BIG BAD DRAGON

Five children including Vince and Marcus

 Recorder: Carolyn Cornell Holland

While at the Edwin and Gertrude Stevenson family reunion in DeKalb Junction, New York, five children gathered and wrote the following story—in response to a group of funny hats: a flamingo, a pizza, and a dragon. Here is their creation:

     Once upon a time there was a flamingo with a pizza. Then a big bad dragon appeared.

     The dragon turned on the radio really loud, into the flamingo’s ears. It hurt the flamingo’s ears. The flamingo went to the doctor. The doctor saw pizza dough in the flamingo’s ear. He took it out and made a pizza out of it. He fed the pizza to the flamingo.

     The flamingo said he liked the pizza. He ate it right it right up. But before the flamingo could finish it the dragon grabbed it from him. And the dragon finished eating it.

     The flamingo ran into field with high grass. The dragon chased him, seeing the pink of the flamingo. The flamingo flew into the sky. The dragon jumped high enough to catch the flamingo in mid air.

     The flamingo told the dragon he would tell him where the other flamingos were if his life was saved. The flamingo took the dragon to the flamingo colony, and the dragon feasted. After his meal he had room for one more flamingo, And his last flamingo meal was—the flamingo. It was the last one.

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ADDITIONAL READING:

BEAR CARNIVAL IN CONNELLSVILLE, PA.

The “Meow” Chorus: A cat symphony on a Greyhound Bus

 THE SNITTY CAT LIKES PUMPKIN PIE?

The Cat with the Calico Tail

THE AMAZING BEAVER

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