Emily’s Dream Comes True

Emily’s Dream Comes True… A Tragic Whale Story

As Henry eyed with glee his prospective whale casualties, Dwight had already captured a small, but promising, prize. It bled profusely.


Seeing their imminent danger, Emily and Louis dove deep below the sea.


The harpoon grazed the water, and Emily and Louis yelped out loud. Much to Henry’s dismay, the harpoon fell short several feet.


While Henry wept, Emily and Louis mourned the death of their friend, but celebrated their own survival with apple-tinis and disco music.


Henry sailed his boat away, still feeling down. Emily looked on sadly, realizing she loved this cruel, fishing man.


Emily moped for days, completely overlooking the plentiful school of rainbow fish that she and Louis used to enjoy munching on so much. Louis was at a loss for how to cheer her up.


Nearly a fortnight passed before the sun was high in the sky again and Emily and Henry were reunited. Both were at a loss for words to express the overwhelming joy that completely overpowered them.


Sadly, it was a different joy for each. Henry harpooned Emily and dragged her bleeding carcass home.

1 Response to “Emily’s Dream Comes True”

  1. 1 Things I did « The Tragic Whale Trackback on November 14, 2011 at 7:57 pm

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