Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Beloka Myths

Why Hail Happens

Hail happens because of Beloka (Bee-low-cka).  Beloka is a snowman with armor with electricity on his armor.  Beloka goes to Pluto every year to get some ice. 

He sometimes has ice fights with God, but of course, Beloka wound up losing every single time.  But why would Beloka lose 235 games, and Jesus won all of those times.  Beloka not only just throws down the ice, he puts it on a trap-door.  and then he pushes the button, and that opens the trap-door, and that makes the ice come down.  and we call it "hail."

Beloka and Zeus

Beloka had a very sad time once.  It started by Zeus opening a restaurant, he called it "Y and Y" which means Yummies and Yuckies.  In his bags of food he put chocolate and rotten apple bits.  $2.50 per bag. 

Only Neptune came.

Then Beloka couldn't stand it any longer.  He bought some and rushed away.  Then, Beloka said to himself, "Hey, I want to get Zeus out of bussiness then I could show who is boss."  He put some thought into it and so he tried.  He went toward the place and destroyed it!

Zeus was mad!  He threw a bunch of thunder bolts at him.  But he kept hitting the ruins of his restaurant and it went on fire!  and now we call that place "Hell."

10 comments:

Luke said...

Creative writing--like this--has long been fun for me. I hope you enjoy the opportunity to create such fun and fanciful worlds with your words.

~Luke

Club 166 said...

Loved the Beloka and Zeus restaurant story.

I think I may have worked in that restaurant at one time.

Joe

Kim (frogpondsrock) said...

Very well written. I enjoyed the myth very much.

Blondee said...

What wonderful stories! I definitely liked the name of the restaurant.

You are an excellent writer!

Anonymous said...

Good job on the story bud!

Claire said...

That was really enjoyable to read, young man! Keep up the good work! :)

michellec said...

Great story writing. I really enjoyed reading it.

The Glasers said...

The ending of the Zeus story cracked me up!

Sue said...

I love it! I'd better be good - don't want to end up eating bits of rotten apple in those restaurant ruins! :o)

River said...

Great writing!
I love the name Beloka.