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Jack spent his mornings gathering fish from the river and spent his time enjoying what nature had to offer. It was a simple life but a great one. He always used this time to think and the most pressing issue at the moment was the last thing he wanted to be worrying about.
As Jack came back to the house, Daniel ran up to him. "Hey dad, can I run off to gather some things for mother?" "Of course but be careful." "I will." Then Daniel ran off into the woods, in search of things for his mother.
Jack was running along the path he usually took and loved to take. He loved the veiw and the aura nature gave off but today, something was different about the path. It felt uncomfortable. It felt like something was watching him. He heard a rustle in the bushes. "Hey.....who's there?" The rustling grew louder and got nearer. He screamed for his dad. "DAD! DAD HELP!" Then the thing jumped out of the bushes.
Daniel fell back as he tried to get away. The thing was definitely not an animal. It looked almost human. Then he heard the crunching behind him. He turned around and saw his dad! With an ax! "Get behind me boy!" Daniel scooted behind his father as fast as he could. "Who are you?" The thing didn't say anything. Then it made a sudden movement. Jack wasn't letting this thing get away or do anything to his son. He would do anything to protect his family. He threw the ax as hard as he could and heard a loud crack.
"I can't believe you.....killed that, thing." "I was only protecting you and your mother, and the forest. Whatever that thing was it's never coming back and the forest is looking better. Things will go back to normal boy."
The forest was safe and that thing was gone. Jack had saved the forest, but most importantly he protected his family. He had done his duty as a father, husband, and as a good man. Things were going back to normal, and Jack would resume his simple, great life. He was happy.
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