Historical Allegory for the Rise and Fall of Rome

Topics: Julius Caesar, Augustus, Mark Antony Pages: 4 (1364 words) Published: October 28, 2013
Sally Hwang 8 Celtics
AP World Huck
March 28, 2013

The Search for One Piece!
(The Rise of the Roman Empire, the fall of the Republic. The rise of Octavian Augustus and fall Julius Caesar.)

There once was a pirate named Gold Rodger, he was a sly and arrogant pirate that lived his life trying to achieve three things. Wealth, fame, and power. This was the One Piece, the treasure of them all. With a bounty of 300,000,000 Belli on his head, he was executed by one of his crew members, Shanks. But, before his execution, the crowd before him screamed “WHERE’S THE TREASURE?! WHERE IS ONE PIECE? WHERE. IS. IT.” He smiled, while snickering he says, “Oh, that? I left it there, hehehehe-“, at that second three swords pierced through him. Pirate Gold Rodger, not afraid of death, died with a smile on his face. And there, that is when the Age of the Pirates began. The search for One Piece in the dangerous “Grand Line,” to become the Pirate King, many have failed, but one will rise.

One of Rodger’s right hand men stood, being the quiet, but strongest. He declared “I will find One Piece. It’s my duty,” and his name was Slivers Rayleigh, he was an amazing swordsman. Two of Rayleigh’s most distinguishing traits are his round glasses and facial hair, which is arranged in a stripe like pattern across his chin, he also has a scar across his left eye. The Rodger pirates liked the idea of Rayleigh going back to Axis, the end of Grand Line and finding One Piece. At that second, Crocus, the crew’s doctor came shuffling down the deck saying, “HE HAS A SON. HE HAS A SON.” Everyone was puzzled,” What? Who has a son? What?” “Rodger has a son. That old geezer, picking up innocent women along Grand Line, maybe he should go after One Piece.” Then there was chatter amongst the caravan, Rayleigh hollered, “NONSE-“, then someone interrupted him, “What’s his name?” Crocus replied with, “It’s the kid with the 30,000,00 Belli bounty on his head, Monkey...
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