Raising Dragons -The Movie

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The Life of a Dragon


One day I was strolling through the woods, well, more like shambling. It's not easy for me to walk, you see, I'm a dragon.

My name is Leoniana, and I am an aquarmarine dragon, in other words, I'm a water dragon. I am a shiny blue with deep, blue eyes. My claws are sharp and always ready for battle, and I live off fun.

As I was walking, shambling I mean, through the forest, I heard a twig snap. I whirled around and saw what appeared to be a huge, shiny human. I reared back, ready to attack, but I didn't. For some reason, I knew this human was a friend.

"Hail, great dragon!" the man said.

"Who are you, a human who dares to tresspass on my land," I bellowed.

"I am but a humble servant of King Arthur," he said.

I scrutinized him. He had brown hair, and soft brown eyes, that glittered with fun. He was not as tall as King Arthur, but not as short as a newborn dragon. He had ivory skintone and walked in an almost care free gait.

I flicked my eyebeams on and scanned him. There was something he was hinding, but I didn't know what it was. He hid things well.

"What are you hiding?" I asked him.

"Nothing, my good dragon," he said, sweeping into another bow.

I quickly tired of this charade and jumped up, beating my wings. I flew up and dove down, extending my claws and grabbing him.

"HEY!!! Put me down!" he screamed.

"Never been on a dragon ride?" I asked haughtily.

"No." He gulped long and loud. I merely chuckled.

"Well well, another valiant one," I said. I flew faster and he screamed louder. I ended up flying faster then any dragon in my time (Before or after) ever did.

There was something blocking my way. I tried to slow down, but I hurtled face first into the thing. It offered some resistence, and it felt waxy, but these were minor details. What I really felt was the tingling.

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4 Comments

Reply ZoZo :)
8:16 PM on May 11, 2014 
wow... thats pretty good! Nice job!!!!
Reply Jael
2:38 PM on March 6, 2014 
Thank you! And That is really good!
Reply Lottie
12:02 PM on March 6, 2014 
You know, if you wanted a place to publish this, you could do so on my website.
Reply Frances
11:38 AM on March 6, 2014 
One day I was strolling through the woods, well, more like shambling. It's not easy for me to walk, you see, I'm a dragon.

My name is Leoniana, and I am an aquamarine dragon, in other words, I'm a water dragon. I am a shiny blue with deep, blue eyes. My claws are sharp and always ready for battle, and I live off fun.

As I was walking, shambling I mean, through the forest, I heard a twig snap. I whirled around and saw what appeared to be a huge, shiny human. I reared back, ready to attack, but I didn't. For some reason, I knew this human was a friend.

"Hail, great dragon!" the man said.

"Who are you, a human who dares to tresspass on my land," I bellowed.

"I am but a humble servant of King Arthur," he said.

I scrutinized him. He had brown hair, and soft brown eyes, that glittered with fun. He was not as tall as King Arthur, but not as short as a newborn dragon. He had ivory skin tone and walked in an almost care free gait.

I flicked my eyebeams on and scanned him. There was something he was hiding, but I didn't know what it was. He hid things well.

"What are you hiding?" I asked him.

"Nothing, my good dragon," he said, sweeping into another bow.

I quickly tired of this charade and jumped up, beating my wings. I flew up and dove down, extending my claws and grabbing him.

"HEY!!! Put me down!" he screamed.

"Never been on a dragon ride?" I asked haughtily.

"No." He gulped long and loud. I merely chuckled.

"Well well, another valiant one," I said. I flew faster and he screamed louder. I ended up flying faster then any dragon in my time (Before or after) ever did.

There was something blocking my way. I tried to slow down, but I hurtled face first into the thing. It offered some resistance, and it felt waxy, but these were minor details. What I really felt was the tingling.

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