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A Friend in need is a Friend Indeed

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  • Essay length: 1909 words
  • Submitted: 13/01/2005
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GCSE Writing to Inform, Explain and Describe

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A Friend in need is a Friend Indeed

The last minutes of the last lesson of the last day were ticking away; everybody couldn't wait to be set free. However I was quivering inside, I began to feel petrified; my legs began to shake. Horrible thoughts rushed through my head, and I felt a sudden sting in my arm. I gently rolled up my sleeve and looked at my graze, which had been blanketed with an even layer of antibiotic cream. I pressed my arm anticipating that the pain would fade, but it just resulted with more agony. My eyes began to water, I tried to hold my tears back, but the pain was so intense. " Chris, Are you ok dear?" asked Mrs Field. She crouched down at the side of my desk.

" Is it your arm, would you like to go to the nurse?" inquired Mrs Field.

" Oh no is the poor little cry-baby crying again," remarked Jacob sarcastically. The whole class echoed with laughter. " That's enough Jacob, I've had enough of your immature comments go..." the electric bell interrupted Mrs Field and rang around the whole school, vibrating

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