Directions: Finish the story! You must have an exposition, rising action and climax. You do not have to have a falling action or resolution as you may chose to the leave the story a cliffhanger. However, you must maintain the story as it is currently being written, including the characters. You cannot change it too much.
The sun was uncomfortably warm, but the day was crystal clear. On the other side of tall, immovable dark plants stood a pride of strange looking animals whose outer appearance looks like that of baby mice. These strange prides came day after day to stare, thrust their paws and laugh at my actions. They were always lead by a much larger snack that clearly was leader of the pride, the king you might say. We the great cats refer to these creatures as two legs.
Acura, the Leopard who lived across the abnormally resistant plants, and I often joked how interesting it might be to challenge these two legs to tasks of the wild. They seemed strangely docile. We often dreamed of what it might be like to enter the habitat of the two-legs and to be free, if they were free. Were they trapped by their own dark, fiercely strong plants?
On this particular day there was a great increase of the two-legged prides. They came in greater waves. Due to the heat and the constant attention the two-legged we referred to as “Bing,” because he always made the magic break in the plants move and bing as it came into contact with other great plants, came into our enclosure to give us water. What he didn’t do this time was re-bing the magic section closed, which meant the fluffy mouse with the equally fluffy tail was fully visible and already roasting in my brain. I lunged for it and in the process into the great world of the two-legs.