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Once upon a time you were walking down the path when you stumbled over a strange white creature. It was as small as a mouse!
At first glance you thought it was a bird, but then you realised it had the scales and fur of a bunyip. The small creature puffed out his belly to each breath and hummed a melody so faint, that you almost couldn't hear it at all.
Once upon a time
you / an alice stumbled across a small white creature.
To simplify the beginning
and provide opportunity to explore the 'hum-yip' form.
Consider the relevance of the viewer.
Using lower-case to portray a faceless person rather than a specific person.
The creature was...
and provided a sense of
Once upon a time an alice wanted to make a
that portrayed the story of a 'hum-yip'
(an animal she made up)
through a sense of
She tried making different forms...
There once was
She hoped to one day become
but she wasn't sure how.
She tried to imagine what 'Alice' would do and say
but it was very hard.
'It seems' she thought
looking around her
'that some of us have confused being
'Perhaps' she pondered
'if I do
that makes me happy, then I will start to become
How can the transformation of identity be depicted through surreal escape whilst maintaining an element of hope?
an alice becomes Alice