The Moon and the Stars

The Moon and the Stars

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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • Long ago there was a little green wagon. In the little green wagon there was a huge bright light that lit the the hole wagon. Also in the wagon there was a small little town. The town that was ruled by the king lion, Moon. Moon and his good friend by his side, a bear named Ryan, ruled the kingdom of little moles. The light that is used to light up the wagon was located in that small town. The light was a gift from the gods, so it was sacred to the town. The little moles in the town would often go and adore the light source.
  • Climax
  • One day, one little mole named Star, thought it would be a good idea to steal the light source for himself. The gods looked down and saw the light source was gone. Star  had angered the gods. The King was furious.The moles in the town were furious as well. Well, not only the town was angered but the the villages and the people in them were angered as well. Jerry would be lock himself in his house because of the embarrassment he would bare.
  • Falling Action
  • As punishment the gods put a tarp over the wagon and the took the light source back making the wagon dark. The citizens were forced to use candles as a light source. The gods sent the king a message. The message said, “Do good deeds and we will put holes in the tarp making little light sources. But, that's only doing good deeds.” And so the king and the rest of the town did. 
  • Resolution
  • Along the way they had hard times. But, for every good deed that the animals did, the gods would poke little tiny holes in the trap making little bright lights. The king would do his normal business as would his good friend would do. The moles would go along and help out the other towns and their troubles. But Jerry would sit in his little house and do nothing. As for that the gods became more angry and would take some of the light away. All would eventually hate Star. 
  • The little moles eventually did good deeds and the gods became a little more satisfied with the towns good deeds. The king would look back at the message and think to himself “What are we doing wrong? We are doing good deeds and there is still there is barely any light in this wagon.” Little did the king know that what the gods meant by “good deeds” they meant that the good deed would mean two sacrifices for the wagon. The King would eventually figure that out but, he didn’t find out alone his good friend Ryan helped him.
  • When the king found out that two had to be sacrificed, he was in shock. He didn’t want to sacrifice anyone. But he had to do what he had to do. Star agreed, to do it. Star and the king, Moon, to the gods had placed the light source. The gods took them in and and made them into light sources for the wagon. Moon was made into a giant bright light in the sky. As for Star, he was made into little tiny bright lights, like the ones that were poked in the sky, but he was split into many pieces of lights that spread across the the whole wagon. Everyone would look up and say "Look at the Stars and the Moon.
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