Hornets’ Lunch Time

by Anthony Jones aged 9

It’s a late lunch time
The stats were too long in lime
With a blink of an eye
A massive hornet appeared

This beast was five times bigger than a wasp
It stung hundreds of people

The clouds gingerly flew with the wind
The sun hid behind them
An hour later
Three children got out
As day became night another two were free.

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