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Creative writing - The Assassin.

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It was a dark and stormy night. The rain came down in torrents, soaking the solitary man to the skin. He stood alone, silent, still enveloped by the black of the night; he stood at the top of his drive which led to his �14 million mansion. Had the sun been glowing, this lonely man would have seen the car parked up about half a mile from him, with its engine and lights off, there was no cover for the car either as the man and his mansion was surrounded by lots of fields and meandering roads. Unaware to the man, the cars engine started but the lights didn't go on, yet the dark restricted the man's vision so he didn't see the car slowly crept up on him. The car stopped and a man dressed in nothing but blacking clothing jumped out of the passengers seat, He stared at the solitary man. ...read more.


Something made a buzzing sound close to the man's ear. He swatted around his head, but the buzzing still persisted. What is it? He though. The buzzing became louder yet it seemed further away as if.....that's it! He realised suddenly. The buzzing is in my head! As this though crossed his mind, terror crossed his face. The terror turned to anger as he hit himself over the head, hoping to drive out the unknown buzzing. One thought, and one thought only crossed his mind. Get it out. Over and over he heard these words, infuriating him but yet he listened. Like a man possessed, he put both hands to his head and shook it, but still the continuous high pitched buzzing still rang through his skull. He clawed at his face, his nails leaving trails of blood in his cheeks. Then he fell clumsily to the ground, silent, still. ...read more.


The boy said nothing but pulled the girl tighter into his chest. The sound of ambulance sirens filled the air and the girl turned to face them. The boy stood up to talk to the ambulance men. 'Don't leave me here with...' Her eyes turned to look at the dead man. She ran to follow the boy. The ambulance man thanked the pair and turned to look at the dead man. 'Let's go. Please. Please can we go? I'm scared.' They turned towards the road and walked away, leaving the ambulance crew treating the man. Both in stony silence as the girl reached for the boy's hand. He acknowledged this with a smile and together they walked away. Away from the horrors behind them. As the Ambulance men carried the dead body into the back of the ambulance a dark coloured car drove past, the driver and passenger seat's where both occupied by two male's, and both of them had a very satisfying look on their faces. Like they had done something to be very proud of. ...read more.

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