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Creative Writing. The chief shouted his orders. Everyone get your stuff! Lets go! Everyone to their stations, NOW!

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The alarm sounded and my heart wouldn?t stop beating. This was it. War. This was my inevitable death, the ending of my life. We always knew that it would happen but somehow it never sunk in. I never realised that I would have to leave my family. My wife, my daughter, my nieces and nephews. Leaving them all behind is something that I never thought I had to do ever and it?s probably going to be hardest thing I will ever have to do. The chief shouted his orders. ?Everyone get your stuff! Let?s go! Everyone to their stations, NOW!? I ran as quickly as I could. I burst through the front door of my house as my wife stared at me. She knew that it was happening. ...read more.


My wife came down with a few bags full of my belongings. She took my hand and whispered inside my ear. When she let go of my hand, I found a picture of us on our wedding day. I tried to power through and not cry but I couldn?t help it. Tears dropped from my face onto the photo but I wiped it away instantly. I gave my wife a final hug and kiss and bid her farewell. Back at the base, hundreds of other soldiers were saying their final goodbyes to their family. I shoved my bags into the plane and screamed. Why? Why was this happening? I didn?t want to go to war. I was so scared. I don?t think that I have ever been this scared before. ...read more.


We were about to leave when out of nowhere, a Nazi party crept towards us, with guns greater than ours. A fellow soldier of mine, named Ryan, only 19, followed orders; he was so scared that within a flash the strident sound of a gun went off. As we stood there not realising that this 19 year old would change the rest of our lives in a matter of seconds, the rest of us curled our arms around our head and crouched onto the flour within milliseconds. When the sound of the gun was at ease, we stood up, there lay on the ground were about 5 Nazi soldiers with blood dripping for every inch of their bodies and a white faced Ryan, who couldn?t believe what he had just done. We cheered for him and slowly, he returned his normal colour and was able to ...read more.

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