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Creative Writing. Dad says I should make the next few weeks the best of my life. All my friends stopped talking to me since we have been living in the small place; I only play with Cook.

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Loz Andrews Creative Writing 22 November 09 ~~~~~*~~~~~ Dad says I should make the next few weeks the best of my life. All my friends stopped talking to me since we have been living in the small place; I only play with Cook. I'm happy though, I am writing my first diary to pass the time, and I'm sure I'll be able to go out, play, and go to school soon. For the moment, I'll just keep playing with my blocks; I can spell out some very important words. Cook's funny. He's nice and fat and says things like, "I'm getting too old for this bloody war!" ...read more.

Middle

~~~~~*~~~~~ I predicted that in my possible last few weeks or days with Kitty, she would start writing soon. I was right. Just a couple of days ago she let go of Cook's ladle, and grasped the chalk from the wall. It was like magic. Just one day before she wouldn't dare to try something new and suffer the possibility of failure in front of her peers; the next day she managed to write a competent first sentence. To be more philosophical, it seemed like a small fishing boat that once had only stuttered along the shores (she had often watched Cook writing out his menus) ...read more.

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Just these four walls to contemplate now, no more than eight or so paces apart, and so low that anyone of average height would feel uncomfortable in it, fearful that any moment he might scrape his head against the scratchy, sharp and crumbling ceiling, half laden with yellowish dusty wallpaper. Should my girl grow old in this place to the point of knowing what's going on, why we're being hunted or even the fact that we are, I would think myself the most wretched of creatures for forcing her to stay inside, as bad as our pursuers; keeping her captive because of who she was born to. But she must stay inside. None of it matters now. I can hear them... ~~~~~*~~~~~ "Waiting for your command, Sergeant." "The girl looks reasonably healthy. Remove the others." ...read more.

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