100 WC ww1 autumn time by Sky, Finlay and Issay

It was a stormy night in the battle ground. The leaves fell crumbling from the trees. The pounding of the  guns was terrible and nobody could get to sleep. But as the leaves rustled, all fell silent because the first poppy grew whilst the first man died. The first man was a German. He was called Sergeant Ferdinand. He was 27 years old. The person who killed him, we don’t know. Five weeks later the Germans tried to track him down but they could not find him anywhere. For weeks they could not find him until they eventually found him lying dead next to an old rusty shot gun.

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2 Responses to “100 WC ww1 autumn time by Sky, Finlay and Issay”

  1. BroadwayBlog

    A wonderful piece of writing. Very well done. I’m impressed that you linked the 100 Word Challenge to our topic about the First World War. I’m sure lots of people will be moved by your writing.
    From Mrs McMeekan

  2. Melissa Petersen

    This was a very touching story, well done to you. You have done a great job in using the prompt in the 100 word challenge for this week. You set the scene very cleverly and maintained it throughout the story.
    Great effort.
    Mrs Petersen (Team 100WC) Australia

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