Sunday Photo Fiction: Fences


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143 02 February 14th 2016

“Mummy look at those strange two-legged animals!”

Mum Rhino mumbled:” Don’t pay attention to them. I get so frustrated when I see them.”

“Why, mum, why can’t I play with them?” Baby Rhino started stamping his feet. Ready to give it a go. He felt the adrenaline building up in his veins.

“No, don’t you dare! The fence has power in it to give a pain shock through you. It can kill you!”

Baby Rhino did not believe his mother. He charged at the two-legged animals bumping into the fence in full force! A burning flame struck him in the face. Poor baby Rhino was lights out. Legs up in the air, he lay there for a few minutes. Mum Rhino was shocked; she tried to help him up. Suddenly baby Rhino came by, jumped up, shook his head and ran off. “I told you not to do it! If you don’t listen, you have to feel the consequences.”

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19 responses to “Sunday Photo Fiction: Fences”

  1. Poor zapped baby. Great story, I love the moral behind the story.

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    1. Thanks for reading my story. Yes, children will be children no matter humans or animals!

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  2. Great story. Actions have consequences and teach a hard lesson! I think baby Rhino has learned one.

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    1. I think so too! He won’t touch the fence again! Thanks for reading my story and the kind words.

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  3. Good lesson learnt, hopefully.

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    1. Yes, some don’t learn anyway.

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  4. Kinders doen moes sulke dinge!!

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    1. Ja probeer altyd tog waarteen gewaarsku word. Hul sal selfs n tweede keer probeer.

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  5. Very imaginative! Fun read! 🙂

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    1. Thank you glad you enjoyed reading it. Thanks also for following my blog! 🙂

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  6. Made me smile. Interesting to see the viewpoint of the animal 🙂

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    1. Thanks, they are like humans. Young ones are always on the look out for new adventures.

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  7. They are all the same..rhinos, kids…kittens….looks like they won’t take no for an answer…well, as a matter of speaking…MOL 😀 Pawkisses for a Happy Day 🙂 ❤

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    1. I agree the young are always adventurous and on the look out for mischief! We are having a bit of drizzle, it’s nice and cool at the moment! LOL. 🙂

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  8. Good lesson for any children, Rhino or otherwise. Nice job!

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    1. Thanks for reading my story. Children are all the same always know better.

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  9. A nice twist – from the rhinos’ point of view.

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    1. Thank you! Just how human kids are also!

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