On Halloween Night

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October 27, 2011 by WITS Editor

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On Halloween night I’m going to be a Ninja.  I won’t be scared because ninjas can cut ghosts in half. I’m going to dress in black and red.  I’m good at sneaking around and fighting with swords.  I think a lot about ninjas because they’re good at fighting and they are smart and strong.  When a bad guy tries to attack a ninja, he just grabs them and flips them over his head.

My friend is going to be a Star Wars guy for Halloween.  He says he’s going to sneak up behind me and cut off my head.   But, ninjas know everything that’s happening around them.  They can grab a sword that’s behind their head without even looking!  So, don’t try anything.

By Jared, age 7


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