Dinosaur Writers Callenge: A day in the life of...Tyrannotitan639 Views3 RepliesAdd A Reply
I slowly opened my eyes. I was barely awake and was deciding if I should sleep a bit longer, but before I could close my eyes to take a nap, a bright light was pointed directly at me. It was only for a second, but it managed to wake me up. I stood up with a loud roar, directed at the source. I was hoping to see something interesting, but it was always the same. There was a wierd creature standing in front of my forest with a small device in it's hands. That same creature visited me every day, but it always had different colors. It was the only creature that visited me. From time to time some other, similar creatures walked by, but they didn't really care. Which was good, I didn't like those creatures, they were always very loud and had these devices that could shine brightly with them. The creature that visited me was always silent, she knew that I didn't like the lights so she made them less regularly than the people which walked by. I liked her, if I'd ever get hungry, she'd be the last one I'd eat. Food. Just thinking about it made me drool. I got food regularly and quickly got used to it, but that also meant that I couldn't hold out without any as long as I used to, but that didn't matter. The first thing I did was to check the invisible force that held me back, as always, I couldn't get through. Maybe one day I'll be able to get out, but that was not today. Then I walked to the river that was right next to the invisible force. I lowered my head into the cold water. It was extremely refreshing. Once I had quenched my thirst I walked to the force. I was standing in front of the creature which I liked. I bumped my large head into the invisible wall with a dull thud. The small creature giggled. I knew that she liked it when I did that and I didn't have a problem with it. It kept me from getting bored. After the fifth time I randomly saw something out of my peripheral vision. I looked closely and recognised the form of another theropod. I knew that one. It was a large female Tyrannosaurus. She was the biggest animal I've seen so far, but, then again, she was the only thing I could see. We both didn't like each other. She seemed pretty arrogant. Sometimes she looked at me in a wierd way when she had even more creatures staring at her than usually. I really didn't like her at all. I looked back at the small creature. She was also looking at the Tyrannosaurus. She watched us many times and she knew that we didn't like each other. She quickly stretched her tongue out at the female Tyrannosaurus and said: "BAAAH!". She giggled again and looked back at me. I nodded at her and she nodded at me. I tried to do something that I saw her doing from time to time. I moved the ends of my mouth to the side and up, I think it was called a "smile". She saw me doing it and bursted out laughing. I took it as a good sign. After a few minutes another individual of the same species came to her, It was a lot bigger and said: "Come on Rachel, why don't you visit some of the other dinosaurs. You're always alone with this, what's it called again. Your mother and I are getting worried. Why don't you visit the T.rex or the Spinosaurus. They are a lot cooler and there you won't be all alone?" She responded: "But dad...", "No buts, you're coming with us. We're going to leave tomorrow and I want you to see the other species before we do so. Then the larger creature took her arm and started pulling her away. I looked at her and whimpered. She didn't look happy at all. When she was out of sight I looked around. Nobody was near me. I sighed and went back into the forest for a nap.
Keep in mind that many people have died for their beliefs; it's actually quite common. The real courage is in living and suffering for what you believe in. -Brom-
Nice. I see you took the same approach as I did and made it an interesting day.
Jack of all trades. Master of none
Nice job. I like the approach the you did.
"There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self." - Ernest Hemingway.
Nice work. The approach was a good choice.
Ian Malcolm: No I'm, I'm simply saying that life - uhhh - finds a way.