Descriptive story by Eugenio
Throughout the pursuit, caves and other obstacles blocked the great white, but the fish, who was not as big as the predator, could pass through them in a blink of an eye. Surrounding the shark was long, murky seaweed, and by the seaweed was the crafty, little fish. Deeper into the sea there was a dark, but visible cave, that just stood there, marking its spot, like a guard dog guarding its owner’s house. The hunger inside the shark now struck like a hammer in the stomach. The shark now knew that if he didn’t catch the fish soon, he would die painfully.
It was during the end of the chase, when the small fish encountered some litter from the disgraceful humans. He knew it was crazy, but it was his last hope, so he hid behind it. When the shark came around, the garbage too, was trembling, for the predator had spotted them. When the shark reached for it, there was the small fish, right there, visible, but the shark was paralyzed, for he realized the fish had escaped, and he had eaten the litter. The fish now illuminated in the faraway sea, and the shark, not being able to breathe, sank deeper into the ocean.