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Creative Writing - Built to last

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Gerard savage Built to last 'Just listen to the clatter of that. Uncle Pa you must get a new motor', said a demanding Mark. 'Shut up Mark, this is a piece of quality engineering by the daddy of motors himself - Henry Ford', said a sarcastic Uncle Pa . 'The daddy! Are you trying to get with it Pa', said Mark. They got out of the car and got the gear that they needed. 'What will I carry?', said Chris. 'Nothing, Mr Muscles' stated Mark who was dying with laughter. Splash! Splat! the mud went over the boots. Mark was annoyed as his new boots were as good as ruined. Chris followed Mark trail laughing at him as he stumbled along grunting, 'Look at my good boots'. Uncle Pa was leading the way. He was a short, stout man with a oval-shaped head. ...read more.


'So Pa would you said your tin can on wheels, sorry your piece of quality engineering by old Henry is built to last?,' said Mark sarcastically. Pa replied 'Yes, of course. Like all old things, it is built to last'. 'Stop! Look! Look! there is the fox' said an excited David. 'Well done, Son,' said an anxious Pa who was lining up the shot,' That fox has been a menace to my chickens for the last time'. With a rush of adrenaline he fired the shot. The fox was hit. The bushy tail did not move. The mossy stoned wall were the fox lay dead was a bloody red colour like the ground upon which it bleed. 'Yes, result' said Pa who was relieved that this parasitic pest would never live off his chickens again. 'Right lads where will we put it, probably in a place where other parasites will get the message', Pa said with a sound of harshness in his voice. ...read more.


His fleshy face turns red like the blood on his hands earlier. He continued walking but at a slower pace. Finally he reached them but stood at a distance watching Mark trying to make a fire. 'You! forgot the fire lighters didn't you? Give us them sticks! I'll show you how it is done.', said an exhausted Pa. Later that evening they all sat around the fire. They recalled all the other times they had done this. Chris was tried after coming up the mountain earlier on and he fell asleep. He was woken up by the sound of laughter of Pa and Mark. 'What's funny?' said Chris. 'Your brother here was acting a smart ass. He thinks that my car will break down. No chance!' Defensively Mark replied 'I know what I'm talking about'They laughed all night until the fire burned out then they went asleep. The following morning they made there way down again. 'Blast the car won't car, it's the engine.' Mark sneered saying 'Built to last,aye' ...read more.

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