I stood on the mountain peak unable to breathe. I had sweated madly in search of my elder sister, Lora. My mind flashed back to what really bad thing happened that could put me in such terrible state.
I was rushing to get to the top of the mountain and I came upon a cave. When Lora caught up to me, I knew what she was thinking. She desperately wanted to find out what was in that cave just like me. Lora and I walked inside the cave with our torches. It was getting really dark in the cave. And I heard thunder clouds.
A strong breeze heaved a huge rock and made it tumble making Lora and I stuck in the cave. I did everything I could to get us out of the cave. I pushed sharp rocks that made my hands bleed; I kicked rocks that made my foot ache, and I pushed rocks with my back which made it sting like fire. Suddenly, a bolt of lightning came streaking down at the floor which separated Lora and I. Then my mind went blank.
I lay unconscious on a lump of rock. When I got up, there was not any thunder. For a moment, I could not figure out where I was. Then I realized that I was on the other side of the mountain, and that the wind blew away my shoes. I looked around for my shoes in bare feet walking through some shattered glass. I could not find my shoes anywhere. But then I saw them, ripped a part on a broken bit of mountain. I was terrified in the isolated mountain. I looked around for Lora, but I did not find her anywhere. I could not remember on which part of the mountain the cave was, so I walked all the way to the peak of the mountain.
Now I am in this state. My arms and legs were bleeding, my head throbbed, my heart ached and my back was in pain. Then I stumbled. I fell down the mountain losing hope in every second.
When I landed, I bumped my head on a pile of rocks. “Claire, is that you?” said a voice.
“Lora, is that you? Inside that pile of rocks?” I replied.
“Yes, it is Lora. Please try and get me out of here. I have such a limited amount of oxygen in this pile of rocks,” said terrified Lora.
“I will try everything I can,” I said.
“Thank you so much,” said Lora. I heaved a lose rock out of place so that I could see Lora face to face. Then in a flash, all the rocks tumbled over. Lora was free at last.
Lora and I were so happy to see each other and went all the way down the mountain together.