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Introduction

Billy Rose The next day after the football match At Bristol ground, I couldn't believe how I had just left Billy Rose on his own out on the street. When I was lying stiffly in my bed I kept on getting flash backs of george morgans fatal last blow to Billy Rose, and then Billy flopping to the floor. Still after 20 years of forgetting the match I could still see this picture of the fight and Billy Rose still crystal clear in my mind. When I saw him all these emotions came flodding back to me. When I got my self together I stumbled out of bed and wandered to the bathroom, when I was in the bathroom I stood by the sink looking at my self in the mirror. ...read more.

Middle

So I quickly ran down stairs had a bite of breakfast, and then got changed in to any clothes I could find. I ran to the car and was trying to get the next train to Bristol. I got to the train station all excited because I was helping someone and I have never really helped any one before. My train slowly pulled up at the station. I sat down looking forward to see Billy again. Suddenly I was having all these doubts like what will he say to me when I see him will he tell me to go away or might he not be there any more and I was thinking that I could have been painful for him recalling all these memories. But I still went to Bristol not knowing what was going to happen. ...read more.

Conclusion

I said hesitantly 'No I don't need any help just go away' he said stubbornly I tried to persuade him to come for some tea and he told me to go back in a few minute and he will so I wondered aimlessly and waited for a few minutes. These minutes felt like took hours because I really wanted to talk to him about loads of stuff and it was the excitement of helping someone. I waited about ten minutes then came back to see Billy at the end of the road packing up his clothes and wondering off. I knew that he didn't want to talk to me so I didn't bother going run after. The last I saw of him was he stumbling down the road trying to find his way around. I have never seen him again after that. ...read more.

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