It started like any other day. The sun was shining, the water was clean. I got dressed then went to my job. The Pharaoh greeted me then I went to work. Being second in command is hard work. WhileI was at work, Moses and Aaron asked the Pharoh to let the people go, but Pharaoh said no. Then the frogs came! There were millions of frogs! They were everywhere, in the food, in Egyptians’ hair, and in the homes. We wanted to show that their God didn’t do anything special and our magicians copied this miracle.
There were too many frogs. Pharaoh and I decided to let the people go if Moses would take the frogs away. Moses agreed and God killed the frogs and the place stunk. We hoped this was the end of the Plagues.
2 thoughts on “The Second Plague: Frogs”
I enjoy your writing style Wyatt.
I wonder what it would be like if I was an Egyptian during the ten plagues?
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