Compose a 2250 words assignment on the boy who cried wolf. Needs to be plagiarism free! When he reached the top of the hill, he was happy to see the flock move about and enjoy the place. He looked around and spotted his favorite sheep, Woolly, eating with his wife, Ewe, and their baby, Lamb. He went near them and stroked Woolly’s fur with his hands as he greeted him.
Raka: Oh, there are shepherds downhill! How they are enjoying there while I am here alone. I think I would rather call them up here. But what should I say? Surely, they would not come just because I want some company. Aha! I will pretend a wolf is after the sheep. I will cry for them. Wolf! Wolf! A wolf is after the sheep!
Narrator: The shepherds heard Raka and run up the hill and Raka was amused at their sight, knowing that they are running for nothing. However, the boy did not notice a hungry wolf hiding behind the bush near Woolly and his family.
Woof: Aha! So, the boy is back and has not changed a bit, huh? I will hide here until the shepherds get tired of his tricks and not believe him anymore. Then, I will pounce on you, Woolly, as my appetizer this time. Surely, Ewe would be the best for the main course and Lamb looks like the cherry on top of the ice cream.
Ram: Hey, guys! Woof is here and we are in danger. Since Raka is our shepherd today and we know him well enough to be a fool, crying for help when he has not seen the danger yet, we better help ourselves to ensure our safety. I encourage you all to be quiet as can be so that the shepherds downhill will know that we are not in danger yet.
Woolly: Oh, if only Raka will just be satisfied talking to us. Probably someday, he will learn to sense when real danger is around. If only he could understand us, he would have known that there is indeed a wolf just waiting for the right time to pounce on his flock.
Ewe: Oh, Woolly, I am so worried. My knees are shaking already. (Crying and kissing Lamb) My dear, you are not yet grown enough to run fast. Oh, if only Woof would be satisfied in taking me and your dad alone and spare you.
Lamb: What is the matter mom?
Woolly: Do not worry, my dear, Ewe. We will think of something. Son, we are currently in danger. There is a wolf behind the bushes and is waiting for the shepherds to get tired of Raka’s tricks before he eats us up. I would like you to go to the center slowly for you to be in a safer place if possible. I have to stay here to help protect women and children. Now, do not worry about me.