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Creative writing based on great expectations

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Creative writing "Hold your noise" bellowed a voice I stopped and held my breath praying the voice wasn't shouting at me. After that I could see him from the back of the church where I was hiding, tall scary man, he looked dirty and was probably smelly. He had my friend Pip and was yelling at him trying to scare him. I couldn't hear what he was saying but he was chilling to look at and Pip had a worried looked on his face. Pip was pointing to something I guess he was pointing to where he lives with his older sister as his parents are dead. ...read more.


Next he stopped, holding Pip almost upside down again. At this point I moved a bit closer, I wasn't going to let him kill my friend without a fight, I may have been small and absolutely terrified but Pips my friend and no one messes with my friends with me to answer to. "You get me a file" he announced to Pip pushing him back even more "and food" he shouted. He pulled him up at last so he wasn't leaning back. Pip agreed to meet him with the things he asked for the next morning, really early. I thought they saw me for a minute they both turned round and looked at me. ...read more.


I heard him make a loud noise that I could only assume was him falling in to some nettles or bramble the other side of the fence. After I was sure that know one was around I made a quick dash for home, my mother didn't believe the story until Pip went missing. Afterwards she wouldn't let me out of her sight. They found Pip luckily he was still alive but badly hurt, it wasn't the man that hurt him thou it was the bullies from school, they said I would get him for telling the teachers. I told Pip that I saw and from then on me and him were inseparable, doing everything together so they didn't get us. ...read more.

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