Pink Fluffy Unicorns Dancing On Clouds – By Rebecca Black – Aged 12

Today’s blog post is written by Rebecca, who has her English Language exam tomorrow. She wrote this story while studying for it. We hope you enjoy it.

One day I was walking home from school when I saw a helicopter. It started to lower down and then stopped. A few moments later a ladder was thrown down and a voice said ‘Climb up.’

When I got inside the helicopter a boy told me to take a seat. I was scared in case he was going to kidnap me. Then he said he had a top secret mission for me. ‘What is it?’ I asked. ‘Well firstly my names Geoff, what’s yours?’ ‘My name is Rebecca, nice to meet you,’ I replied. ‘So the mission is could you help me go up into the clouds, there are tonnes of unicorns dancing about up there and I need to bring them down.’

‘Ok, yes of course I will. I love unicorns.’ ‘Great,’ he replied. So we went up and parked on one of the clouds. We then took them one by one into the helicopter and brought them down to earth to a field. After we got them all down we went to a shop called ‘Pets at Home’ and bought unicorn food so we could feed them.

After we fed the unicorns we played with them. We went all around the field and were flying up in the air. Geoff said ‘Call your friends, they can play as well.’ After calling my friends Katie and Sarah we went and played with the unicorns for hours.

There were eight unicorns so we allowed them to have one each but they all stayed in the field beside my house. Sadly we all had to go home so said bye to the unicorns.

The next day Geoff knocked at my door, worried ‘Two of the unicorns are missing,’ he said. I told him not to worry as me, Katie and Sarah had been playing with them that morning. ‘Did they bring them home to show their parents?’ asked Geoff. ‘Yes.’ I said, laughing. ‘Oh and we were going to go on a walk later up the towpath with them if you want to come.’ Geoff said ‘Yes, of course, what time?’ ‘1:30 pm,’ Sarah said. ‘See you later then girls,’ he said walking down the driveway. We all said ‘Bye Bye Geoff you’re the best.’

Rebecca would love to hear your thoughts on her story.

Published by Fractured Faith Blog

We are Stephen and Fionnuala and this is our story. We live in Northern Ireland, have been married for 17 years and have three kids - Adam, Hannah and Rebecca. We hope that our story will inspire and encourage others. We have walked a rocky road yet here we are today, together and stronger than ever. We are far from perfect and our faith has been battered and bruised. But an untested faith is a pointless faith. Just as a fractured faith is better than none at all. We hope you enjoy the blog.

24 thoughts on “Pink Fluffy Unicorns Dancing On Clouds – By Rebecca Black – Aged 12

  1. Dear Rebecca,

    I loved unicorns when I was your age! But mine were never fluffy, and I think that is a nice detail. Why were the unicorns in the sky? Did they maybe think the clouds were fluffy unicorns like them? Are they happier now that they are on earth?

    Thank you for your lovely story!

    Your friend,



  2. We don’t have many stories about unicorns in our house because it’s full of loud, stinky, messy boys!

    Will you and your friends go on an adventure with the unicorns? Maybe they can help save other magical creatures.

    (My 8-year-old says there’s a song called “Pink Fluffy Unicorns Dancing on Rainbows,” by the way. It sounds like the whole song is that same phrase over and over.)


  3. Dear Rebecca,

    One of the loveliest things about unicorns is they’re in our hearts forever. I could show you stickers, soft toys and so on that I’ve had for (err herrrm) decades. I like the idea that they’re playing up in the clouds, and will probably keep an eye out on my next flight. Perhaps it will make flying a little less frightening to see a lovely fluffy unicorn running next to the plane.

    Keep writing – for fun, not just for school. You have a lovely “voice” and ideas, and we all need more of that in our lives.



  4. Hi Rebecca, was really happy to see this post 🙂 It’s a lovely story, which made me really smile today. I am going to show it to my 12 year old daughter later. God bless your talent. I hope you continue to enjoy writing stories. 🙂


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