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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2012


    You are an awesome writer!!! Please continue!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2012

    A New Dawn

    A New Dawn

    Chapter Seven
    "Ulik?" A voice asks. I raise my broad, furry black head and turn my orangey brown muzzle to the speaker—my brother Orsek. We are black bears, in the massive, forested Bear Kingdom.
    "Yes?" I rumble, my dark brown eyes gleaming.
    "We should go to the lake and get water before it freezes. We can soak it up with moss." He suggests.
    I nod and drag myself to my paws. We lumber into the trees, our muscles rippling. When we reach the pine-rimmed lake, we walk to the pebbley edge and dunk our muzzles to drink. Orsek goes to get moss, and I rear onto my hind legs to scent the air for prey. I smell moose, and move off.
    An old, ragged moose stumbles through the trees. It's obviously lost, for I can't smell any other moose. Its herd must've left it. I charge the moose and knock it down, grabbing its throat in my jaws and snapping it with a jerk of my head. I drag it to the shore to meet my brother.
    "Good catch, brother." He complements, soaking the moss.
    "It was old." I comment in embarressment, ducking my head.
    "Still. We eat now, old or young." Osek responds, taking a bite of the moose. I agree and rip a chunk of meat away.
    I glance at the towering mountains, just shadows against the starry sky. Beyond them lies the Fox Kingdom. To the other side is the Wolf Kingdom, which is very close to bear land.
    Nearby, a grizzly shebear trots from the trees to drink. A cub follows, tripping.
    Osek raises his head and growls, looking ferocious with the moose blood on his chin.
    "Osek!" I snarl, hitting his shoulder with a paw.
    He backs off, hanging his head. He can be very territorial. The shebear curls her lip to reveal sharp teeth, looking equally ferocious. "Stay back, unless you wish to die." She snaps. Her quivering cub huddles against her, his eyes wide.
    Osek turns away. "I meant no harm. I apologize."
    "You'd better." She narrows her eyes and nudges her cub into the woods.
    Osek sighs.
    "What is it?" I ask.
    "I snapped at a mother!" He roars.
    I flinch.
    "You see this? I am turning vicious." Osek sighs.
    "It doesn't matter. Some lash out at times." I assure him.
    "Fine. But something is wrong."
    I can't help but agree with him.

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