Wait for Meeee!

Genre: Humour/Humor

sheep-and-car

 

Wait for Meeee!

The Sheep, they saw their perfect opportunity for escape.

Bleating in their excitement, some never saw the car coming and sadly, a few brothers and sisters were lost. They bleated mournfully.

Their grief had to be displaced if they were going to make it past Farmer Giles: He was so mean, wanting to steal their warm coats to amass wealth while they froze.

They had cottened on early though: No pulling the wool over these Sheep’s eyes.

Without a backwards glance, they ran and ran and ran;

Then stopped. Where were they exactly going to go?

Poor, poor Sheep. They need to now find another leader:

They are lost Sheep after all!

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Another instalment for the Friday Fictioneers! For May 16th from our host – Rochelle

 

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10 thoughts on “Wait for Meeee!

    1. Hi Nan… you look too young to be a nan already!! I miss both mine, they past when I was barely a teen.

      Thank you so much for enjoying my story! πŸ™‚ As the Bible says a lot about a heard of sheep needing a leader, I couldn’t resist putting that reference in! Twas a fun story to write! πŸ˜€

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  1. It’s funny how we all want to escape, finally we do and there’s nowhere to go! Stupid sheep. Now we know why they are “teachable” as compared to goats that you can’t teach ANYTHING to. Good POV of the sheep, got that kind of innocent quality about it.

    This “Farmer Giles” has popped up in some other story. I guess he’s like “Farmer Brown” or “Farmer Jones” or “Old McDonald” here in the States. Anyway, it’s a fun comparison.

    Bravo, Victoria!

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    1. Hello! It is such a tounge-in-cheek story throughout and you are totally right about Farmer Giles!! Actually, ‘Old McDonald’ would have been a classic to put in, make it even worse!! πŸ˜‰ Thank you so much for liking it and commenting, I am very gratefully honoured!! πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks very much for liking my story! πŸ™‚ Bit of a Christian reference in there – not at all in a bad way – but I am sure you picked that up πŸ˜‰ The poor sheep have no clue what to do so they will probably head back home to Farmer Giles and think twice before escaping again!! It was a great story to write! πŸ™‚

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