Some Haikus From National Day on Writing
Brownie? Cookie? Soap
The dead have risen,
I love peanut beans
Filling the board quick
Spring and Summer are memories
Numerous students helped create a collaborative story on our Writing Center's walls. Thank you to everyone who contributed and participated in National Day on Writing events.
2015 National Day on Writing Collaborative Story
Deep in the woods there lived a squirrel with a majestic fur coat that lead him to believe in an unknown world ruled by a dragon named Stan who breathed molten chocolate (he hated fire) upon the village of Hortonville. Stan also loved to eat. Stan was patient.He waited for the perfect moment to eat.But one day he ate eggs and had an allergic reaction. But alas, no epi-pen! D: Without a solution, what does Stan do? To find help, he traveled to the Mystic Pond where he met Bill and Jill, two twin seahorses.However, Stan did not speak their language so he used hand gestures, which he hoped weren't offensive. Unfortunately, they were very offensive.The seahorses flipped their tails at Stan and began to swim away. It was at that moment that Stan chose a new tactic.EVERYONE knows seahorses love chocolate, so Stan blew some molten chocolate, which naturally cooled as soon as it touched the water. But this chocolate was different, it was…MOLTEN LAVA!The volcano was very new now.And whenever a chocolate breathing dragon gets too close to a volcano…and doesn't have an epi-pen, the volcano erupts magic…whale blubber. This blubber covered the squirrel from deep in the woods, causing him to gain extreme magical powers. Like the ability to give tremendous tax and investment advice. The squirrel's extreme magical powers were boring to some specific creatures that lived in the unknown world he believed in.