The Great Lenoptryx By Abigail and Enrique

The unmerciful creature, with emerald green teeth, shoots above the wide Pandora. Quickly, she shoots from the sky like a old fallen tree. She glances she next meal: a bulloat. Ferociously, she catches the innocent bulloat crushing it with her razor rotten sharp teeth.  Her popping lava eyes got spotted by the prey. The bulloat just stared in horror and ran for its life limping.

About Enrique

I am a dancer and I am kind and loving.

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2 Responses to The Great Lenoptryx By Abigail and Enrique

  1. Bradley T says:

    Great post! I really like the adjectives you used at the start (Unmerciful, emerald greenm innocent)! My favourite sentence was emerald green teeth. Next time you could use another simile or metaphor! Well done! From Emma and Bradley T

    • Enrique says:

      Thank you for your comment, here is my metaphor.

      The Great Leonptryx is a red flames shooting in the lovely world of Pandora

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