The Unbelievable Man

By Ziara Pichardo, age 10
The Unbelievable Man Ziara Pichardo is 10 years old and from New Rochelle. She has two sisters and a brother. In her spare time she loves to read, write, draw, play basketball, football and lacrosse. Her favorite series are Harry Potter and Emily Windsnap. Her favorite book is The League of Unexceptional Children.

“He says something very faint like a cricket playing their music in the water
His clothes are like oceans on a body
His face, as pale as white, but as yellow as a sun”

A man swirling around like a fish

The grass follows the man

The sky as blue as the ocean with the red yellow and pink following

He says something very faint like a cricket playing their music in the water

His clothes are like oceans on a body

His face, as pale as white, but as yellow as a sun

He is special unlike the other people

He stays there like a statue but moving in 3D

As the people walk he slows down

He then stops

Everything stops

They are under his command

I am always still so I am free

He moves once more

So does the earth

As he finishes the earth finishes except for me

 

*Inspired by “The Scream” by Edvard Munch

 

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