Song , the Wild Stallion - Part 1

by Jenny
(USA)

"No , not again.." I said hearing the rumbling of the ground behind me. He was coming again, to check and see if he was here. We call him Song, the wild appaloosa stallion that lives in our misty forests alone. Some people think he is dangerous, because he knocked a man down once and broke the mans leg. All song was doing was protecting himself.

"He's not here Mr. Landerson.." I said while moving away from the sound of the trucks door slam.

"Oh, I know he's here somewhere." Mr. Landerson added while picking up a lasso from the seat of his truck. Mr. anderson is a member of some club that wishes to protect animals, but all they really do is harm them. He is a tall and round man with brown eyes and black greasy hair that looks as if it has not been washed in weeks, he also has a stuck-up attitude. I'm not sure if he has any children or a wife for that matter.

I was sure Mr. Landerson would be fail again until I saw him. Song, galloping out of the woods onto the dirt road.

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Jun 29, 2012
fabulous start!
by: Sydney from HorseCrazyGirls.com

I agree - you're off to a great start! Very intriguing. Ask someone to proofread for typos but the writing is great. Yes, we want part 2!

Jun 25, 2012
wow!
by: Jk442

Wow, it's great so far, post part 2 soon! xxx <3

Jun 20, 2012
Great
by: Anonymous

I like it, starting off well. I can't wait for part 2.

Jun 20, 2012
Hi Jenny
by: Unicorn

Wow! A powerful opening. Song sounds fascinating - an Appaloosa living alone in the misty woods...
Look out for typing errors, but apart from that, this is well written and I can't wait for Part 2. Thank you for sharing.

Unicorn
writer of "El Cheapo" Parts 1-7

Jun 19, 2012
nice!
by: kayla

It's kinda short but I like it! Post more PLEASE! I'd like to see where this is going! :D

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