My mouth waters, getting ready to sink my teeth inside the fruit that has green stems sticking out of it but is mainly red. Before I start to eat, I observe that the fruit looks like an onion and feels wet. Also, “as smooth as a baby’s butt,” Jaydon says. And right he is. It has the shape of a mango.

She cuts it open. I’m getting ready to feast. I notice again it has black seeds like a kiwi, but a white inside. I drop a piece of the dragon fruit in my mouth and it sends my mouth on a flavor explosion. I take the slimy carcass and start peeling the leftover fruit from the sides into my mouth.

AUTHOR
Adrien B.
7th Grade

Simmons Camp
Journal

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