1 Corinthians 13: 1 & 13

If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.

And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.

5 May 2011

What A Joke On That Night!(Lam Yee Fung)

Late last night I walked through the park to go to the shop. It was very cold and it had rained one hour ago. The street light was off, there was only a little moonlight. I walked on a hard path because the grass was wet, I watched everything too, I don’t like rainy days.

Suddenly, I heard someone behind me so I turned round. There was the ugliest person I had ever seen. It was a boy. He was slim and tall. He wore a black hat, a black coat and a pair of trousers. He also had many necklaces around his neck and some earrings on his ears. I also saw he had a horrible mask on his face, I thought he was a bad person and I tried to walk away.

When I wanted to walk past him, he took a knife from his pocket! I was very scared. He said, “Hey, I want you to give me something. Do you know what I want?”

“If you want money, I can give you!” I said and my legs were shaking.

“I’m sorry, I don’t want money. I only want to say......”

I didn’t want to know what he was going to do. I only knew I wanted to run away but my legs wouldn’t move. Suddenly the boy shouted at me; “Trick or Treat!”

What? Trick or Treat? What was he talking about? He said, “Give me some candy!”

Oh, I know! Today is Halloween. I forgot! It was amazing.

The boy told me the knife was only a toy. I felt very silly. Someone played a trick on me, What a funny joke.

That was the silliest thing on that day. Did you have a joke on Halloween?

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