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Tropical Assignment

chair2I looked out and saw a large boat made out of reeds and it was floating without a sail past a busy port. I looked again and saw you sitting in a canoe right in the way of the large reed boat. You did not have any paddles and you wore a look of fear on your face but you didn’t cry out and you didn’t move. The larger boat didn’t stop, but kept coming square onto you sideways. When it got to the canoe, it broke across it and the centre of the canoe was pushed down deeper into the water.

As the break in the canoe went down, your seat was lifted out of the water and you naturally stood up to maintain balance in the boat. As you stood, you reached out with your arms and the reed boat suddenly lifted you out of the canoe and placed you on the deck.

Suddenly the boat was much larger than I saw originally and it had several masts and lots of pure white sails, all of which were fully opened and catching lots of wind.

As I continued to watch two large storks swooped down out of the sky and carried you off the boat. You were carried high into the air and then gently brought you down onto a tropical island shore.

As soon as you landed you were surrounded by hundreds of people, all excited, mostly children but all of whom were pressing in to see and hear you. Then as you looked out over all of them your mouth opened up and thousands upon thousands of fish started streaming out of you. The people around you started frantically picking up the fish and stuffing them in their clothing until they couldn’t carry any more. They all left you then except for 10.

When there were only 10 left, you all sat around in a circle and built a fire in the middle. You began to instruct them in some manner, well into the night. By morning you were all bound into one long tight cylinder like fireworks and when the sun came out to shine on you, there was a rush of smoke, fire and sparks and you all shot off in every direction across the sky leaving a trail of smoke behind you.