I am In Room 11 and my teacher is Mrs Ramkolowan

Thursday, 30 July 2015

The battle Of The Beast

Walt: write an impactful introduction to our Maori Myth.

“AAAAAH!” yelled Jack. A Taniwha is coming and it's in his water tank to destroy the Sky Tower. It was as windy as a tornado whistling through the building. Jack said, “The Maori wind God is trying to blow the Taniwha away!” The wind God called and he said, “I AM TAWHIRIMATEA.”

The Taniwha was very strong and stomped his way to the Sky Tower. Tawhirimatea huffed and he puffed and he still couldn’t blow him away. The Taniwha Laughed evilly “MWAHAHAHAHA!” He could only feel the wind blowing into his fiery breath. The Taniwha kicked the Sky Tower with his Horse powered legs and the Sky Tower crumbled.

Tawhirimatea huffed and he puffed......... Boom! The Taniwha flew away and went all the way down to Antarctica. The Taniwha was never seen after that. Tawhirimatea’s battle was over. Then the God Tane Mahuta came with all his birds and fixed the Sky Tower.

Jack couldn’t believe his eyes. Jack ran home to grab his camera. His house was three blocks away. When he got back he tried to take a picture of the God. All he saw was birds. It was like bird paradise.  

Jack still has his picture with him. He hangs it on his fridge. Every time he looks at the picture it reminds him of the battle of Tawhirimatea and the Taniwha.


Samuel said...

Kia Orana Ifa,
I like how in your Maori Myth you have the Sky tower and it comes crumbling down. If I was on the Sky tower and I saw the Taniwha come towards the tower, I would quickly run off the Sky tower. Keep up the good work. What gave you the idea to write a Maori Myth like this?

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