Treasure Island

Aleesha Henry


Magic Wishing tree


They peered through toy kaleidoscopes and murmured thoughts I shan’t relate for you see…
This dark secret is just for you and me. For you see this diversity is something we cant not be. For you see this is something that is going to stay locked away in our magic wishing tree.
This is something just for you and me this is our magic wishing tree where you wish anything away. Where your thoughts and feelings just take away to everything weird in a funny kind of way.
So you see this wishing tree is not like any other tree when you wished for something everything you wanted was just there everyday next to the magic wishing tree.
This tree is like any other this tree could be your brother!
So peer through our toy kaleidoscope and tell use what you see but remember say it in a murmured voice so no one else can hear you and me.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 24, 2009
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  • Brandy Reese (3/24/2009 5:50:00 PM)

    it's really good but you should put some more line breaks in it. it is reallt good tho. very visual (Report) Reply

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