Week 10 War by Aidan

The bomb shells flew everywhere. The peculiar stench of smoke and decay wafted through the air. You could hear the rat-ta-tat-tat from miles away. I sprinted along the trenches to the opening to take a peak at what was happening. Bodies lying everywhere, loved ones hearts broken because of this war.

As I walked closer I noticed four legs. Suddenly a horse galloped out of the vast area of no mans land with a red bay gleaming so bright it nearly blinded me. I was in a quandary -not knowing if I should get the horse or not. Suddenly an idea popped into my head. I held up a white tissue and shouted “stop firing”…

2 thoughts on “Week 10 War by Aidan”

  1. Hi Aidan, Well done! You used some great words like stench, wafted, quandary and vast. I found your story very evocative as you created a very vivid picture in my mind of the gleaming, red-bay horse galloping across No-Mans-Land. Keep up the great work. Mrs O’ Sullivan.

  2. Hello I like how you used detailed words like Wafted and Gleaming I think it’s a really good story! Keep it up.

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