Big white owl in the galaxy
The white owl looked out at the vast expanse of space and sighed.
His journey had been long, and he was tired. He had flown across galaxies, through wormholes, and over black holes, but still he went on. He did not know why he was here or where he was going, but somehow he knew that this was his purpose in life—to fly through space until he found his home.
The white owl flew through a galaxy filled with stars and planets and asteroids. He saw many things that were beautiful, but none of them felt right to him; they did not call out to him like they should have.
He flew on until finally he came upon a planet that seemed different from all the rest: it seemed to glow with an inner light. As soon as the white owl saw this planet, he stopped flying and hovered above it for a moment before plunging down towards its surface.
The white owl is the most peaceful creature in the galaxy. It flies through space, looking for signs of trouble.
When it finds a planet where there is conflict, it lands and looks around to see if anyone needs help.
Sometimes, it sees other creatures in danger—but they are too big for the white owl to carry! So it calls on its friends: the blue dragonfly and the green butterfly. They come with their wings spread wide and pick up the creature so that they can carry them to safety.
When there's nothing left for them to do on that planet, they fly back into space together and look for another place where they can help someone else.
Once, in the far reaches of the galaxy, there was a white owl.
He lived happily in his home, which was a small planet made entirely out of marshmallows. It was always sunny there, and he could fly around all day without ever getting tired. He had never been hungry or thirsty—the marshmallows had just enough flavor to sustain him, and any water he needed would rain down from the sky every few days or so.
But one day, as the white owl flew around his home planet inspecting its borders for damage (which happened almost never), he came across something strange: a hole in space-time. It was large enough that if you fell into it and did not know what you were doing, it could trap you forever—and even if you did know what you were doing, it was still quite dangerous. But the white owl knew what he had found: a portal between one universe and another!
He knew that should he enter this portal, there was no way back for him; he would be lost forever in that other world—but he also knew that if anything could help him find his way home again, it would be this portal's destination! So he took a deep breath and flew through
The White Owl is a creature from the stars, who flies through space and looks for planets to visit. The White Owl has many powers, but the most notable power is that it can travel through time and space with its mind alone.
The White Owl is not an ordinary creature; it is actually quite special. It does not have any parents or children, but instead creates new copies of itself when it feels lonely or bored. The White Owl can also change its shape at will, into anything it wants—from a mountain to a giant tree or even a giant asteroid shooting through space!
One day, while flying through space on his way to another planet, the White Owl noticed something strange: there was a black hole right next to him!
The Black Hole was so large that it looked like an entire solar system all by itself! The Black Hole had no name yet because nobody had ever seen one before; but now that they had found each other they decided they would become best friends forever.
In the galaxy of stars, a white owl flew across the night sky. The owl had been born in an asteroid belt between Jupiter and Saturn, and had never seen so many lights in the sky. It flew past a planet called Earth, where people lived in tall buildings and cars zoomed down roads. The owl swooped down over a city called New York City, but the lights were too bright for it to see anything clearly.
The owl flew on through space until it reached another planet: one that was covered in ice and snow. It flew down toward a cave on top of a mountain where people lived who worshipped the sun as their god. The people there wore furs made from animals they hunted for food (they didn't have much else), and they lived in small huts made out of wood.
One day, while the owl was sleeping on top of a tree branch outside one hut's window, it heard voices coming from inside:
"I'm tired of eating fish all day long," said one voice."It's boring!" said another."I think we should go hunting tomorrow morning," said a third."What?" asked another voice."But what if we get lost?".