My Dream To Have A Unicorn Comes True
Oh, how I yearned to have a unicorn! I adored unicorns more than anything else. They were my whole world! I even decorated all my things with unicorns because of this craving.
Oh, let me introduce myself to you. I am Fathima,11 years old. I am a person who really wanted to have a unicorn and my dream did come true. Let me tell you the story.
It was my ninth birthday party. Everyone, including my uncle, came to the party. It was the first time I had seen my uncle. That night after supper, I went to open my presents, which was my favourite part of my birthdays. But little did I know, I was in for an even bigger surprise.
Who knew imaginary animals were not just imaginary, they were true. I saw a big stream of shining pixie dust outside the lattices. There was a whole big rally of pixies accompanied by elves, and then came the big surprise, there was a UNICORN! You heard it right; a unicorn. I felt like I was in paradise; my dream was coming true. She came near me with a note saying that she was my new pet.
I reported the good news to my family. They were astonished and thought I was lying, but when I showed the unicorn to my family they believed. I named her Pheobe. I played with her, danced with her; she was all that I needed.
Suddenly there was a great big noise and I found myself falling into a big tunnel but then I woke up, finding my mom near me and me in the bed. I asked my mom, “Where is Pheobe? Where`s my unicorn?”
She was clueless. She asked, “What are you talking about?”
Then I found out it was all a dream. I was sad but the dream was all so memorable, which made me so happy.
Even now, I love unicorns.- Total nr. of readings: 3,442 Copyright © The author  All Rights Reserved. This story may not be reproduced without the express written permission of the author except for personal use.
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