Bone Apple Tea (Made for a writing class)
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"Do you wanna go spelunking?" James asked one day. I was still in bed, and hadn't stepped a foot out of our generic lean-to house since we built our campfire. I never knew how comfortable a sleeping bag could get, even if its foundation is some pine leaves.

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Bone Apple Tea (Made for a writing class)

by (Made for a writing class)

"Do you wanna go spelunking?" James asked one day. I was still in bed, and hadn't stepped a foot out of our generic lean-to house since we built our campfire.

I never knew how comfortable a sleeping bag could get, even if its foundation is some pine leaves.

"Does that mean rock skipping?" I asked, still tired from the night before.

"No, it means exploring caves and underground stuff!" James's voice trailed off.

I got up out of bed, still in camping gear because I didn't remember to bring pajamas, and followed James to a cave.

The entrance was extremely small, but James managed to crawl through despite many years of saying he has claustrophobia to avoid dares his friends give him.

I tried copying his actions but hit my head on the low ceiling. The cave was dark and dingy, and before I knew it, I was lost. At least, I think I was.

I could have been 5 feet away from the entrance and not known because of how hard it is to turn around in such a small cave.

"James?" I shouted, expecting him not to hear because that's what always happens in the movies. Then a bright flashlight shined in my face.

"Eatings, my brother!" James said to me. He smiled after pointing the flashlight away from my eyes.

"I know it's 'greetings', but how should I care? We build our own vocabulary" That was the James I knew, not a monster possibly disguised as him. But then he stopped smiling.

I knew from his vast intellect he was always right, especially in these situations. And from just his face I knew we were lost. Then he pulled out our dinner.

It was spaghetti, and there was plenty.

"Bone Apple Tea,"

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