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GCSE English Creative Writing The professor was an enigmatic old man. No one knew his real name, or anything of his origins; to everyone that knew him he was simply "the professor". He told us all that he had come from the future, a mystical time, where people could fly in huge birds wrought from metals not even discovered yet. He told us of weapons that could shoot out projectiles faster than the swiftest eye could catch. Man-made horses, that did not require any care of feeding, that moved on wheels, were used. Indeed, he was strange, and scared the best of us at times with his fantastic tales. ...read more.


I would reach the opening, clear my throat gently and politely ask if I could enter. "Sure, you could enter, but do you want to?" was the usual reply I would get. I never understood what he meant by this, but I would always just smile or laugh and he would end up laughing too, so it was okay. Looking into his wizened old face, I would marvel as it disappeared under a blanket of wrinkles as his smile broadened. "So, how are you today, Thesius?" he would enquire. I would exchange the regular pleasantries with him for a minute or two, and I was still cautiously shy around him it took a while for him to decipher my mumblings. ...read more.


It was funny, because he would always murmur crazy things to himself as he thought. "Hmmm...." he would ponder for a few moments, either stroking his bristly, glinting silver beard or running his index finger along the bridge of his long, crooked nose. After what was either a few minutes or a few hours, he would smile at me, and shake his head. "Thesius my boy, you never cease to ask the most interesting questions!" He would answer my question, and go beyond its scope. He would start talking rapidly, linking my question to other questions I had asked him before, he would make it seem like the answer I was seeking was so obvious from the start. I would thank him for his help, and feeling full of knowledge, I would leave his hut, with more questions than ever. ...read more.

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