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Elvis Essay

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I all started when I was minding my own business on a branch when I heard talking. I looked over to my left and saw a young girl and boy walking with their father. I thought it was extremely unusual that anyone would be this far out in the forest so I decided to sneak behind and followed them. As I was trailing the people I realised that the two young children were Hansel and Gretel. They were dropping breadcrumbs ...view middle of the document...

Suddenly the father dashed quickly away deep into the forest leaving the children deserted. I decided to follow and watch the children very carefully and closely to see where they were going. The children were lost. They walked aimlessly around the forest for hours until they stumbled across an old little blue wooden cottage. Hansel knocked on the door three times hoping to get directions back to their house. From the branch I was sitting on in the small tree I could see what looked like an old lady in a pink dressing gown with matching slippers opening the door. She asked, "Is that you little red riding hood?" in a murmur. Gretel replied "no, we're lost can you help us find our way back home?". "And we are really hungry" added Hansel. As quick as a flash the old lady ripped off her wig and exposed that he was a wolf. He grabbed both children, tied them up and threw them into the cupboard. "I'll have you later for supper" he chuckled. As I was perched on the window ledge I noticed when the wolf opened the cupboard that granny was already in there. I didn't know what to do. How could a small little

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