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Published: 2019-04-04T00:20:31+00:00

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Fallen Leaves

Ricky’s dog Chaos was as big as a lion and as dumb as a turkey. She was a black Russian terrier, taller while on all fours than any of us standing, and weighing more than Ricky, me, and Johnny put together. When we rang Ricky’s doorbell, we’d hear Chaos run down the hallway, barking like a banshee, her nails clicking on the tiles. She would jump up with such force that the door moved in its frame. But as soon as she recognized our scents, she went back to her gentle ways, and when the door was opened she often begged to be scratched behind her ears or on the forehead. I always wondered how she could see with so much shaggy hair over her eyes—maybe that’s why she was so clumsy.

One fall day, Ricky rang my doorbell early for a Saturday morning. I was halfway done my bowl of Cheerios with a banana sliced in, but scarfed down the rest when he promised a surprise. The last time Ricky said he had a surprise, he led us to a giant trampoline in his backyard—a friend of his father’s had loaned it to them for a week while he was away. We jumped on that thing for two whole days straight. I’m pretty sure we were jumping in our dreams as well. On the third day, Johnny got double-bounced too high and broke his collarbone on the way down. We weren’t allowed on the trampoline after that; it sat unused for the rest of the week and a faded patch of grass was left when it was taken away.

 

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Author:Derek Mascarenhas

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: BookThug

Published: 2019-04-04T00:20:31+00:00
Fallen Leaves

Ricky’s dog Chaos was as big as a lion and as dumb as a turkey. She was a black Russian terrier, taller while on all fours than any of us standing, and weighing more than Ricky, me, and Johnny put together. When we rang Ricky’s doorbell, we’d hear Chaos run down the hallway, barking like a banshee, her nails clicking on the tiles. She would jump up with such force that the door moved in its frame. But as soon as she recognized our scents, she went back to her gentle ways, and when the door was opened she often begged to be scratched behind her ears or on the forehead. I always wondered how she could see with so much shaggy hair over her eyes—maybe that’s why she was so clumsy.

One fall day, Ricky rang my doorbell early for a Saturday morning. I was halfway done my bowl of Cheerios with a banana sliced in, but scarfed down the rest when he promised a surprise. The last time Ricky said he had a surprise, he led us to a giant trampoline in his backyard—a friend of his father’s had loaned it to them for a week while he was away. We jumped on that thing for two whole days straight. I’m pretty sure we were jumping in our dreams as well. On the third day, Johnny got double-bounced too high and broke his collarbone on the way down. We weren’t allowed on the trampoline after that; it sat unused for the rest of the week and a faded patch of grass was left when it was taken away.

On this Saturday morning, I was less excited when I saw Ricky was bringing Chaos with us, but I didn’t say anything. We called on Johnny and grabbed our bikes.

Ricky led the way on a forest trail not far from our homes. I rode behind him, and Johnny followed me. As we pedalled, Chaos galloped alongside us and we tried not to get bumped as she slowed down to sniff the ground and trees, then ran hard to catch up to Ricky.

Johnny kept calling out, asking what surprise Ricky had in store. But Ricky wouldn’t say.

I squeezed my bike brakes gently as Ricky came to a stop. I was riding Johnny’s old bike and only the front brake worked, so I had to be careful or I’d get thrown forward. Johnny had just gotten a new eighteen-speed for his birthday at the start of the school year; only his tiptoes touched the ground if he took his feet off the pedals.

“Chaos! Where you going?” shouted Ricky after the dog, who had run off the path and into the forest. She stopped and shook her head back and forth.

A few seconds passed before we realized she had got hold of something. We jumped off our bikes and ran, shouting at Chaos to put down whatever she had, but we arrived too late. She dropped a grey squirrel, torn to tufts of bloody fur, its insides outside.

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