The Rainbow Colored Sky

(0) Omar Toroo looked at the blue cloudy in the small town of Goryville. It was always normal here, there was nothing exciting. He slugged his shoulders and continued walking to the two story house between Maple Avenue and Villa Street. Omar walked up to the house of Ms. McTusa, she was a kind old lady who needed someone to talk to and Omar was her service. (Issa, Age 8 to 12, 5/15/2004 10:48:07 PM, TheRainbowColoredSky)

(1) i think this story is very cool because the sky is RAINBOWS.My favorite color in the rainbow is blue!!! (Brianna, Age 8 to 12, 6/5/2019 3:51:38 PM, TheRainbowColoredSky)

(2) Omar rushed inside Ms. McTusa's house and dried himself off. He saw Ms.ms.hand asked her, "Hi, what story do you have for me today?" She replied,"Well, I don't really have one right now but all I can tell you is that in a couple of days, the sky will be a rainbow colour for the rest of our lives" I also forgot to tell you that Ms. McTusa could tell the future. Later the storm cleared up and Omar started heading home. (brittany, Age 13 to 18, 5/14/2014 6:00:58 PM, TheRainbowColoredSky)

(3) A few days later the sky started to turn red and then the next day it added on some orange. More days past and more colours came! Until one day the whole sky was full with rainbow colours. The land was full with happiness and everyone was feeling strong for once in their lives. Omar was so surprised that Ms. McTusa was right the sky was going to be rainbow coloured. (Catherine, Age 8 to 12, 3/11/2005 3:28:59 AM, TheRainbowColoredSky)

(4) One day a Man came walking down the street and asked a woman how are you today she said fine and you AWESOME the man said and asked would you like to bye some beans for five dollars yes she replied and gave the man the money. (Sophie, Age 8 to 12, 10/6/2016 12:15:25 AM, TheRainbowColoredSky)

(5) After the money was handed the woman she was shot. THE END (LLLL, Age 8 to 12, 1/30/2016 11:37:45 AM, TheRainbowColoredSky)

(6) Omar glanced down the street in time to see the hitman, but not to pursue him. He bent over the woman's lifeless body. "There is still evil in the world, Ms. McTusa. Why did you not tell me of this?" He kissed her forehead gently as a gesture of honor, and his respect for her, and laid her swiftly on her front porch. He entered his home, and his mother asked tartly, "What have you been doing-did you see that old hag get shot? I saw it right here," she gestured toward the living room window from which a wide expanse of things could be viewed. "It's definetly a good thing to be rid of her, I must say-" and she looked straight at Omar, as though she could have known what he would do; she glared at him with all her energy-all the hate she had ever had for him, she released in her cold, blue eyes. Drowned in fury, Omar doused his anger by reaching into his pocket and quickly drew forth a small dagger which he then thrust deep into his mother's chest. With the spite of blood on his hands, to which he looked with dismay, he fell to the ground beside her and sobbed hopelessly;he was so small in the world and ther was so little he could do, but never in his lowly life had he ever thought that his mother's hatred for him would come to this. (Ashley, Age 13 to 18, 6/10/2005 11:29:48 PM, TheRainbowColoredSky)

(7) a song started to sound in the background it wa very hrd to make out the words but eventually they did they were telly tubbies telly tubies say ello ha ha this story sucks it needs lighting up a bit (ali-g, Young Adult, 8/13/2005 12:41:10 PM, TheRainbowColoredSky)

(8) Omar was a bit amazed at the sight of the telly tubbies. The song they had sung seemed to have nothing to do with their appearance. It seemed as if the world was getting stranger by the minute. Slowly getting up from where he knelt in his home, looking out the window, he stared and listened hard. It soon dawned on him that the song wasn't coming from the strange creatures. No, instead it was coming from somewhere else. Higher up it seemed. Moving slowly to the door, he opened it up and went outside. The moment he did this, the telly tubies vanished. The song continued though. Higher and more beautiful sounding than it had when he was inside the house, Omar felt a strange sense of peace. (Christina , Age 13 to 18, 11/3/2005 3:00:04 AM, TheRainbowColoredSky)

(9) All of a sudden Omar heard a loud buzzing. He thought briefly that it was a large mosquito. Then he realized it was his alarm clock and he woke up. It was all a bizarre dream. No one was really hurt. He had to go look for his mom. Why did he dream something like that? It was scary. He would talk to his therapist about it after school. (Mia, Adult, 11/22/2005 11:37:49 AM, TheRainbowColoredSky)

(10) After school he met his mom and got in the car. She smiled and asked how his day was. She noticed something was bothering him and asked him about it. When Omar told her about his dream, she smiled wryly. "Omar, I know you were mad at me So I am telling you to go to bed, but really!" Omar laughed. He wondered what his dreams would hold for him tonight. Hopefully, no teletubbies and no Mom! (Amanda, Age 5 to 8, 5/14/2014 5:58:56 PM, TheRainbowColoredSky)

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