*may contain amateurism*
"Its 6:00 p.m., was it successful?" I wondered as I went to Floaroma Meadow to check the tree I slathered with honey. Nearer and nearer, I tremblingly walked to the tree to see something. "Alas, there is none. Oh well, better luck next time." I said to myself while applying honey to the aromatic tree, which smelled like a bloom of flowers.
The next day, I went back, armed with Poké Balls and Riolu, my trusty starter. Nervous and anxious, I went closer to the tree, hoping for something that never came since the previous three weeks. I shoved over some weeds and other clutter, and being a good person, picking up some trash left by irresponsible people who, are like me, looking for Pokémon with the help of honey. And the result? No Pokémon for this trial, for the 45th time in a row. A mild curse in the wind, I returned back to home.
As I ate lunch by a window at our home, a sudden thought hit me. "I forgot to put honey!" Moving aside my lunch, I grabbed the bottle of honey, and dashed through the back door. As I reached the meadow, there are people swarming over a tree. I didn't bother to join the commotion, but from what I eavesdropped, a lucky Trainer happened to catch a very fine Munchlax, and it was a Shiny. "Oh when is the time I'll get something to catch?" I said while dripping the honey to the tree, the key to a new Pokémon.
8:00 p.m. The time-slot for my favorite documentary, Life in the Undergrowth which is hosted by Tobias Fangor, a known Pokémon researcher specializing in Bug-type Pokémon. Apparently, there is nothing to document, and so they showed replays. This one is about Burmy, the Pokémon I've been hunting for weeks. Mr. Fangor is talking about Burmy and honey, the method I was following. "You don't just need honey. Put some flowers like a rose or-" "Wait, what?!" I exclaimed. Probably I did not happen to watch this part. "Hmm... I'll take that word." And I took the bottle of honey and a flower in the vase of my mom.
9:00 p.m. is the time when I reached the meadow. Whatever things I need to do, I did it as fast as I can. Reaching home, I turned off the television and slept. The next day, I went to the meadow and I saw a Burmy! There was nothing to lose, and I called my Riolu to fight.
"Riolu, use Force Palm!" I said, to which he followed. The attack landed perfectly, and paralyzed Burmy. I set to throw the Poké Ball. One, two, three, throw! It hit Burmy and the Poké Ball started its job. One wiggle, two wiggles, three epic wiggles.........
I woke up, fallen to my bed. "Noooooooooooo!" I screamed in fury, in realization of the dream.
I went downstairs to eat breakfast, which is some fried eggs and rice. I was in a mildly bad mood by then. After cleaning up, I went to the meadow, feeling less energetic than before. And there it was, for the real time, a Burmy! There was again nothing to lose, and I called my Riolu to fight.
"Riolu, use Force Palm!" I said, to which he did. The attack landed, paralyzing Burmy. I prepared to throw the Poké Ball. One, two, three, throw! It hit Burmy and the Poké Ball started its job. One wiggle, two wiggles, three epic wiggles.........
And I woke up. "Oooookay, was that a dream in a dream? Wow." I climbed out of bed, and did all my rituals. Then, I set off to the meadow. And now, for the final time, there is a Burmy! I readied for battle, alongside with Burmy, and let the battle start!
"Riolu, Force Palm!" to which the Burmy countered with Protect. "Riolu, Force Palm!" Burmy used Protect again."Riolu, Force Palm, now!" It hit, finally. Burmy damaged and paralyzed, stumbled. I reached for the Poké Ball, and then I threw it. It hit Burmy. One wiggle. Two wiggles. Three epic wiggles.