100 Word Challenge – as taken by Pam O’Brien on Inis Oirr on the Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland.

Can you Write A Short Descriptive Writing Piece About This Picture In 100 Words?

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  One thought on “100 Word Challenge – as taken by Pam O’Brien on Inis Oirr on the Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland.

  1. Anna ^-^
    December 14, 2014 at 10:18 am

    It was a cold winters morning, where the waves crashed against the rocks, as if they were having their own little war. I stumbled upon a little map in in bin of a take away store. It seemed as if the signature,in the top left hand corner said Blackbeard. I gasped with excitement. The map had a little Red Cross on it. I remembered that X marks the spot. It appeared to be on a beach nearby by no one ever dared to step foot on that beach. Apparently there were walking skeletons that woke from their graves as soon as the big hand on a clock struck midnight. I rapidly put the delicate map in my bag and rushed home on my brand new bike. After dinner I went to bed early, even though I actually wasn’t going to bed, and put some warm clothes on. I snuck out the window and bolted to the beach. I forgot to check the time when I left but hopefully it isn’t near midnight. I arrived at the beach, I had never been there before, but there sat a 1,000 tonne ship. I ran not the ship and there was a pirates treasure chest in front of a coffin. There was a clock in the corner of the boat and I could just see it. I quickly smashed the lock on the chest and there was 100 bars of gold. I looked at the clock and it had just hit midnight. DING DONG, went a random bell. I heard a slight creak of the coffin in front of me.

  2. Peace
    February 9, 2015 at 3:33 am

    I really like your descriptive words Anna good job!!!!! 🙂

  3. Amelia
    February 25, 2015 at 3:58 am

    I think that the ship was a pirate ship that hade sunk to the bottom of the ocean then the waves push it to the Bach it is funny we’re your imagination cat take you.

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