Moby Dirk

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Humor  |  House: Booksie Classic
Moby Dirk, the age-old tale of a fish.

Submitted: April 29, 2016

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Submitted: April 29, 2016

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25- Write or draw anything you want. Anything is possible…all you have to do is try.

Hello. My name is Ishmael. Today, I will tell you about the story of Moby Dirk. It all started one Christmas day, as we were mushing our way over the Dawson trail. My friend turned to me, and “Cap,” he said, “I’ll cash in this trip I guess. And if I do, I’m asking that you won’t refuse my last request.” Wait… Wrong story. Let me start again. We were in the wilderness, and it was freezing cold. We sat down for a bit. My friend was very pail. He said, “I’m going to die! But Before I die, show me the mysterious Moby Dirk.” I carried him all the way back home, because we were all the way in my back yard. He was perfectly fine after a couple of minutes, but I had to keep the promise we made. It was a whole -5 degrees Celsius outside, but I decided to walk all the way to the car and back, where I left my keys. There was a mysterious man trying to get in the car, but when I walked up, he ran away. I took out the secret key, and brought it inside. I went up to the giant model ship kept in my living room, and opened the side. There it was. Moby Dirk. I carefully took it out. It was such a beautiful goldfish, so I had to keep it hidden from the cat in there. Then, I realized the mistake I made. Moby Dirk was an evil and cursed fish, so he attacked us! He jumped out to my friend, and knocked him out with one blow! I dropped the fish bowl, watching Moby dirk flop around. He lost his water! He was dying! The cat came and slurped him up. That was the last I ever saw of Moby Dirk.


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