The Final Offering

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: April 27, 2017

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Submitted: April 27, 2017

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The cat sat, hypnotized, by the swirling storm, not noticing that it was coming closer and bigger to it. The muscles in the cats giant limbs relaxed, with no intention of moving anytime soon. A bird flew into range of the huge storm and the bird buzzed around trying to escape with no avail. His time over, the cat slowly closed his eyes, and wished, he wished that his friends were okay, and that even if he died stopping the storm, he died a hero. The huge cat extended his claws into the cold hard earth, braced himself, and entered the swirling, horrific storm.


 

Kolas was entering his new school a freak of the kingdom. The huge cat had always been considered weird by the sheer size of his paws, almost the size of a sheep’s head. But at this new school, he was right at home. Because he was at home. His mother, Queen Cara of the Tigers, was getting a tutor to teach him in the comfort of his own home. Soon enough, Kolas had become the new king of the land.


 

On his way home one night, Kolas, king of Arches, ran into a leopard, running straight at him. “Help!” she cried, nearly in tears.”Storm! Over by the Neks! Hurry, king Kolas!” Then she ran out of sight, and king Kolas ran straight to the storm.


 

Princess Alla, Kolas’ daughter, was stuck directly in front of the storm, and once he saw her, he ran twice as fast. He ran to her, picked her up in his jaws by the scruff, and took her to a safe spot. He then ran back, knowing what he had to do to save the land he loved. He just hoped his daughter was prepared to take over for him.


 

The giant cat stopped himself in front of the storm while others ran past him, trying to escape. Once he was sure everyone was gone, he sat down in front of the storm at a distance, so he could be perfectly positioned for the inevitable.

 

The cat sat, hypnotized, by the swirling storm, not noticing that it was coming closer and bigger to him. The muscles in the cats giant limbs relaxed, with no intention of moving anytime soon. A bird flew into range of the huge storm and the bird buzzed around trying to escape with no avail. His time over, the cat slowly closed his eyes, and wished, he wished that his friends and family and land were okay, and that even if he died stopping the storm, he died a hero. The huge cat extended his claws into the cold hard earth, braced himself, and was entirely engulfed by the swirling, horrific storm.


 

Once the storm was over, Alla sent out a search party to search for her father. But, sadly, he was completely demolished by the sheer force of the storm. Blood was splattered everywhere on the fields, and a Tigerlily started growing at the heart of the demolition. The tigerlily’s quickly spread everywhere on the field, and Alla thought of this as a final honor for the best king in the land.

 
 


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