Creative Writing By Kids. A kid’s dream about a meeting with the Royal Bengal Tiger.
I had gone to a forest for a picnic. At night, when I was making a bonfire, a tiger came to my tent from the deep and dark forest.
Then I saw that the tiger was a Royal Bengal Tiger. The tiger was the biggest tiger in the world. It had a very long tail. It had yellow and golden colour and thick, black stripes. It had red eyes and they were burning like torches.
Then I sat quietly and started praying to God, “God, please make the tiger go.”
God said, “I will make the tiger go. You open your eyes and you will see that the tiger is going.”
And when I opened my eyes, I saw the tiger walking away slowly.
Then I fell unconscious. Then a tall, fair boy sprinkled some water on my face. When I opened my eyes, I saw a prince standing in front of me. Then I got married to the prince.
Suddenly, I heard my mother’s voice, “Wake up Anshula, wake up! It is morning!”
Then I realized that it was beautiful dream.
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