The Land of the Ninja


March 28, 2012 by WITS Editor

From Suikoden of Japanese Heroes (Yeiyû Yamato...

From Suikoden of Japanese Heroes (Yeiyû Yamato Suikoden, 英雄日本水滸伝) Publisher: Kujioka-ya Keijirô c. 1843 Scene: Ogata Shuma (later Jiraiya) raising his sword to kill a python attacking a large toad, Jiraiya is portrayed as being a ninja. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Come to my land, the land of  the ninja. Here you will learn the secret of the ninja, see samurai warriors and blossoming flowers, and cross icy rivers. You can see ninjas dashing towards trees to climb, ninjas disappearing and appearing. Flash! Ninjas dash so fast, you can only see black rectangles behind them. The ninjas go into caves and get orders from the ninja masters. Then, with black iron bands on their hands and swords strapped on their backs, they climb trees to attack enemies in high places.

By Albert, 2nd grade


One thought on “The Land of the Ninja

  1. Nancy Barnhart says:

    Such a great ninja story, Albert! I’m so glad you get to share your wonderful writing with others by publishing on the WITS blog! Nancy Barnhart

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