As the autumn leaves fell on the lifeless and crackly ground the autumn breeze glided and whistled through the forest. Below the tiger’s eye tree, two best friends strolled through the deserted. The brown bear majestically walked down the hill, with his best friend “Hare”, on his back. The brown bear started to get tired because it was close to the winter month. The Hare started to frown at the huge bear because the Hare new his time was nearly up.
After, the bear started to yawn and the Hare looked up and started to recognise the familiar shape that was floating down like a light feather. It was a small unique snowflake that drifted down onto the Bear’s slimy and ice cold nose. The Hare looked up at the Bear one more time and looked sad because it was the hibernation month. The Bear slowly walked back to his deserted cave. The Hare looked up at the Bear and the Bear looked back at her, tear’s filled both the Bear’s and the Hare’s eyes. Her ears flopped down slowly and sadly.
Taken by surprise, the bear saw all of the other animals delicately placing all of the most important decorations on the gigantic and huge, decorated and filled with love Christmas tree. The Bear stared at the other animals whilst feeling sad because he couldn’t take part to decorate it.
Frozen on the spot, the Hare slowly produced freezing tear’s that streamed down her face when the brown Bear started walking of to his ice cold cave. The Hare started running after him but she couldn’t catch up, so she just stood there in complete sadness.
He started to stroll sadly back to his one and only cave, he was really sad, and when he got there he remembered all of the good times that he and the Hare had together. At that exact time the Hare did the same thing.