The lighthouse by Isabel.

Once  opoun a time here was a lighthouse keeper and the bright, yellow light sparkled in the the dark, gloomy sky.Underneght the lighthouse was blue, crashing waves and they where bashing against the sharp, jaggered rocks.The rocks where as sharp as spikes.There was a cliff and on top of the cliff was a lighthouse .Towering on top of the high cliff, the lighthouse  was positioned still.The lighthouse was a stone lighthouse.The light was as bright as the sun.The long, bright light shone over the small, light houses.The people in the houses where partying.Spinning around the town, the light shined brightly.

The man  was writing a letter.The papers where scattered around her desk like cows in a field.The man got grumpy and shut the window tightly.The dark, gloomy walls where around the white, scattered papers.Then the people stopped cheering and then the man heard a noise.Then the window opened and the man saw there was no dazzling light shinning outside and his candel went out.The man started to have a look what the matter and then he fell over and went face first.Then the man stood up with his lantern.

The man rushed up stairs.He was looking into the dark with a worried face.The man wore a dim, blue hat that was as dark as the sea and a marky brown jacket.Anxouis, concered, troubled the man hurried up the stairs.When the man got to the he saw there was know bulb he saw that there was no bulb so he lifted it up and tripped over his tool box and broke it!The man saw the ship was coming and ran down his spiral staircase.He opened the door and saw the whole town had brought lanterns to show the ship the way.The the man felt so glad.The end!

By Isabel.

8 responses to “The lighthouse by Isabel.

  1. Some fantastic description Isabel. I like your sentences describing emotions and the ing, ed sentences you have used. You also included a few similes to help picture the scene.

  2. I loved your description of the paper! Be careful to read your story after you have finished. This is when you can pick up words that don’y look right.

  3. Did you find my mistake? 🙂

  4. Hi Dalezhere,
    The mistake is that you put don’y instead of don’t.

  5. william and jemima

    Isabel… your are making us go wild! Your story is making us feel if you were a REAL TYPER!!!! 🙂

  6. Isabel, this is a great story but you might need to proof-read it for a few minor mistakes. I like all of the description you have used.

  7. kathryn and Amy

    Fantastic story Isabel. I really liked your description.
    Well done!!

    Kathryn

  8. wow izzy i loved reading about your light house story;)