So, my Uncle obviously chose my Dad’s and Tristan’s side, because he loved eating fish. He brought us all over to a little, grassy, itchy, spot. We were all so young we didn’t know what he was doing. So we watch him gut a fish. As he was showing us my older cousin, Honnalora, made a face in disgust.
And from the great breathing cage of the upper body those two fins pushed water out of the way, which might push schools of fish feet away. And the head itself, a mask of smooth skin, it sneaks in the water to find more prey to devour. Its mouth gaped, exposing never ending rows upon rows of teeth. Its eyes widened, ping pong balls, empty of all expression save hunger. It closed its mouth in a devilish grin.
Then I realized and then shouted, “ Run for the exit. We then immediately dropped our stuff and ran to the exit. The next thing that happened was dumfounding me instead of the thing retreating back to It’s tomb it chased us. For a creature being over 1,000 years old, he ran fast and he was able to impale Miguel really quickly and poor Miguel muttered his last words “ Why.” Then he died. Now it was just Sarah and me running for the exit to the pyramid then it attacked Sarah and I tried to pull her free but then the mummy targeted me and crept forward with his sword in hand.
He killed almost all the easy kill animals after one night he was so tired out he decided to have a feast. So he went out to the water and was looking for fish. After a while of fish he almost gave up until he found what looked like a fish, but actually turned out to be a blob fish. He was so frightened and disgusted he ran away back to his camping spot. He did go back to the water because he thought it was dumb just to run away from a dumb, ugly fish, but of course he wasn 't going to eat it so he gave up on meat and stuck to
The Final Journey Dr. Seuss once wrote “I've heard there are troubles of more than one kind; some come from ahead, and some come from behind. But I've brought a big bat. I'm all ready, you see; now my troubles are going to have troubles with me!” In the novella The Old Man and the Sea, Santiago, the old man, became acquainted with a multitude of troubles while at sea. During his journey he met a Marlin, and struggled many days and nights with this fish, eventually ending the battle with a spear through its heart. Following that, Santiago became acquainted with the ferocious sharks, who consequently tore apart and ate the Marlin.
When Ralph does not follow the rules, nothing good comes from it. when he first hunts a pig, he starts to get in with the group and gets very excited. " I hit him, and the spear stuck in a bit". (Golding, 113) In the book, when society becomes a faint memory, Ralph starts to go with what the rest of the group would do. This is not good because he is not following his own rules for what everyone
When morning arouse, the brilliant rays of light woke them up. And their food stricken stomachs immediately reminded them of hunger; their stomachs wrenched in pain. Their appetite kept them on the prowl for food, and soon they had caught a wondering crab. Around the same time they had found the crab, they had realized that the sandbar was gone, and they panicked at the thought that they all might be stuck on the island. Walking back to camp, the panic died down as they dug into the wild crab; enjoying it like it was their last dinner.
So, he armed his men and started shooting the big green giant with there bow and arrows while he cut the ropes off the rocks and slowly started floating away still shooting their bows. Boo got mad... Very mad… He grabbed 17 men off the boat and ripped them apart and ate them all in one bite. He noticed that the boat had started to float away. So, he jumped in the water and swam as fast as a marlin and caught up to it and slammed his fist on the humongous boat.
The main paradox occurs between the subject and its usual interpretation, the fish is ugly and scary. Bishop observes the fish with its large eyes, "sullen face" and "five big hooks grown firmly in his mouth" (Bishop 526). C. “The rainbow!” (Shmoop) The rainbow comes after the build-up of all the colors, which coincides with the action in the poem. As the speaker thinks about what to do with the fish, and begins to earn more appreciation and empathy for him, the colors start to grow. The full range of colors, the rainbow, symbolizes the speaker putting all the pieces together to make the decision to release the fish.
I gave it a shot, and I could see my lizard going past the bed as the bass kept a steady eye on it. It gave me those three little nibbles they always give when biting down on a lure. When I felt those nibbles, I quickly jerked my rod and set the hook on my first bass of the day. It's a sensation like no other to reel a fish in and have that feeling of excitement, but at the time I was still a little scared of slimy fish. However, there was no dad or friend to help me get the fish off the line, just me and my bare hands as I grabbed the bass’ lip and took out the hook for the first time on my own.
After he survived his suicide attempt, he felt himself change. He even referred to the transformation by saying the traits of the “new” Brian and the “old” Brian. Soon, Brian caught his first fish with the tools that he made. He enjoyed the fish feast, but a skunk entered his shelter that night. He yelled at the skunk and it sprayed him.
Exposition-Flint Lockwood, a failed inventor creates this machine to stop the crisis in his town DUN DUN DAHH!!! !.Everyone in his town including himself were sick of sardines,they hated sardines.Flint 's dad wanted him to come work at the tackle shop every since he was a little lad.Flint always wanted to be an inventor he tried and tried and tried Rising Action- One day flint has an idea to end the crisis in his town. He comes up with a machine that could make it rain food. he tells the town about his idea and the all laugh with humor.Flint Lockwood makes this machine that turns water into food, so it rains food. People love it because they don’t have to eat sardines anymore.
Similar to the idea of heaven in the afterlife in christianity. As Tony was having an epiphany about God a huge fish shot out of the calm water of the river, “The evil mouth of the black bass was open and red. Its eyes were glazed with hate as it hung in the air surrounded by churning water...” (Anaya 105). Antonio begins to think about God and sin, the black bass rips through the water as a coherent symbol of evil and wrong. Antonio hopes his first communion will be as harmonious as his
The worst challenge for Louie was when the airplane drop to the sea, only he, Phillips and Mac get saved. Mac eat all the food they have, but at last Louie forgive him. The search airplane didn 't see they, they are eat fish, seabird, and drink rain. They almost died because they are too hungry, they need water, and they mind was getting lost. Phillips and Louie get saved by talking and the hope for saved at the 47th day.