The Moose, the Snake and the Alien

9 Aug

Mac’s brief and pithy portrayal of the life and death of a moose creates an entertaining and absurd visual for readers.  Has a jawbone ever been more quirky and interesting?!

Melanie Keating
Badgerdog Summer Intern

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Jawbone

The animal is a ten-foot tall moose. The moose trampled other animals and ate grass, until one day it tripped over a rock and fell and lost its jawbone. It was later eaten by a twenty-foot snake. Then a giant alien found it and used it to clone an eight-foot moose. The alien also used the jawbone it to scratch his bald head.

Mac, 8th grade, Badgerdog Creative Writing Summer Camp at The Khabele School

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One Response to “The Moose, the Snake and the Alien”

  1. Taya Kitaysky August 10, 2013 at 4:21 am #

    Mac, all of my friends love your poem!

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