A Fish Tale
By the Ladies of One Centre
Its not a mother and a father, but is two lovers. Look at the way they’re holding hands. They’re names are Mary and Lucas. They met down by the shore in Nova Scotia. Its low tide and they are going to go for a walk. They’re going for a walk down to the water, because Mary is interested in something very far away, maybe the sun. You can smell fishing and swimming. Mary and Lucas might go fishing, because they are known for it. They might go diving too. They’re looking for fish. Mary and Lucas are fishing for Cod and a friend. They are so beautiful holding hands. They are made for each other, holding hands down by the water. They are looking for their friend Bernie, who is a very large fish. Right before this Mary and Lucas were out looking for more of their friends who were in a large group. You can tell there is something Mary is watching something , because of her expression. She is watching a large shark, who’s name is Ben. They know Ben quite well. They know him so well that they all hover around him in a cluster. They are angry with Ben and are frightened. They need to find a way to get that shark out of the way. They’ll use a net to catch him. They’ll drag it away from the beach, but they won’t kill him. They have to go look for they’re mummy and daddy. Help is on the way. They’ll use their compasses, find the way and keep an eye on them with their scopes. Mary and Lucas are not married, so they go to get married and have a family.