Five Card Story: The almost murderer swan

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a Five Card Flickr story by Alice Nie created Sep 27 2019, 02:23:51 pm. Create a new one!

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The sun slowly rose up, as the fisher man slowly walked on the bridge to start his Sunday fishing. He wore a cozy jacket and a nice straw hat that covered most of his face from the burning sun light that will come any time. The fisher man swung his rod as hard as he could until a splash, it hits the surface of the water. A coupe hours past, and no movements have been made. Just as the fisher man was about to lose hope, a tiny shake of the rod caught his attention. A swan was stuck on the hook, and is struggling so much to free itself. The swan was bleeding from the hook as it goes deeper into its leg as the swan kept moving.the fisher man didn't think twice before he jumped down the bridge to attempt to save the swan, but what the fisher man didn't realize was that the swan was so aggressive that he couldn't even get close to it. The currents are also starting that is slowly pushing the fisher man and the swan into the middle of the lake... The swan was making it very difficult for him to swim and the current is not helping. The fisher man was on the verge of drowning when a young man suddenly rushed out from a vehicle and started yelling "help". Soon, a group of people gathered around the bridge and somehow managed to find a long bamboo stick. The young quickly tossed it down the river but still holding on to the end. The fisher man didn't hesitate and grabbed on to the bamboo stick with his life. The swan had also managed to escape as the fisher man safely reached shore. He was soaked from top to bottom, he gasped badly for air as he finally clasped on the ground. When he woke up the next time, who knows how long, he was in the hospital with tubes all over his arms. He fell back asleep and when he woke up next, he had been moved into his own backyard. It was good to be back again. The smell of the flowers and fresh grass, his dog running up and down excited to see him, and a stripped spider that made a shiny web on the back of his fence.

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