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by Oscar zhou
By Oscar Zhou
The orange blaze could be seen from a distance. Trees burned black. No sound but the roar of the monster. All from the spark of an barbacue.
Red monster was alive as it ate everything in its way including lives. Was as a spark, now a fire, taking peoples lives like a knife.
Fire, hot and red, ate all the houses like a bread. The trees are screaming and the monster is fire beaming.
As the fire engulfs the trees like a bee getting honey, fire sucks the life out of trees like a mouse eating cheese.
The fire fighters came to kill the tree eating disease, as the people wait for a fresh breeze.