Remember when you were young, being stuck inside because it was raining heavily outside. You and your siblings would be in your room, staring out the window watching the raindrops gathering into puddles. The thunder in the distance would be getting louder, and you knew it was coming your way. You and your brother or sister would run out to the living room. So you could get a better view when the lightning started. But the real reason you ran out to the living room is because that was where your parents were and you really wanted the security of your parents being there in the same room… But! What if I told you, you had every reason to be scared!!! What if I told you that lightning really is fire being blown from a Dragons mouth and that the thunder was a Dragons ROAR!! Dragons in the Clouds will reveal all that has been kept secret up until this day.
" Dragons in the Clouds”
In the Albion forest in the dark night, a full moon illuminated the clouds which appeared to be traveling through the pine trees. The forest was creepy, but three gallant knights were moving cautiously through it. They were royal knights serving the kingdom of Albion, led by Sir Jonathan. As they navigated their way through the dense forest dressed in full armor, the moon overhead illuminated their path, creating the illusion that their well- polished armor was embedded with tiny lights sparkling like shiny twinkling stars in the dark night. Suddenly, a deafening sound shattered the dense, still forest, sending chills down the spines of Sir Jonathan and his companions. Immediately fright was written on their faces. “Aaaahhh!” screamed Sir Jonathan, as the silhouette of an enormous beast appeared, lifting him up off the ground. Its razor-sharp teeth firmly held its prey while taking flight with its huge wings. Within seconds, the large silhouette of a dragon and its prey flew across the full moon and then vanished into the darkness of the starry sky. With shock still on their faces, the two remaining royal knights screamed in horror as they scrambled to light their torches. With looks of pure fright in their eyes, they stood back to back with their swords drawn