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The Wind and the Cloud
By Alex Stroeble
Genre: Visual Arts Level: Elementary K-3
Category: Student Examples

Alex Stroeble's maskThere were two Gods. Their names were Giger and Argaguk. They were the Gods of Wind and Clouds.

They were evil but sometimes they were nice. Ergen, the God of Gods, cast a spell on them. The spell was that they would be nice for the rest of their lives. But they were so mean that the evil in them took over half of their bodies.

So the good halves formed one and they will stay like that.

When they laugh they bring rain and warm winds.

The End


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About the Author: Alex Stroeble attends Willard Bowman Optional Elementary School in Anchorage, AK.
 

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