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Curiosity - creative writing.

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CURIOSITY. It's nearly one o'clock and they still aren't here.... Maybe she changed her mind; maybe she doesn't want me after all, thought Kirsty Miller. "She did say Twelve thirty didn't she? Not one thirty?" Kirsty asked turning to her social worker. "Yes she did say twelve thirty. Hey don't worry she'll be here. She probably got caught up in a bit of traffic, you know how the lunch time traffic can be." Replied Megan Green with an encouraging smile. "She seemed really excited to meet you. Just relax it'll be alright." She always knew just what to say to make Kirsty feel better. Megan Green was Kristy's social worker and knew all there was to know about Kirsty, everything from the first word Kirsty spoke right down to the first time Kirsty ever tried a cigarette, and Kristy trusted her completely. Megan was the one person in the world who had always been there her. She had helped her through all the problems with her mum and had always looked out for her. Kirsty, who had been waiting eagerly outside in the freezing cold for nearly an hour and a half now, turned around and walked back into the leaky old trailer she had grown up in. ...read more.


As Kirsty began to look careful at the old woman she could see some resemblance to her daughter. They both had the same pouty lips and the identical noses, a trait that seemed to run in the family. This was the woman that Kirsty was going to live with now. The old woman smiled. "Hello Kirsty, oh my gosh you have grown haven't you?" Kirsty smiled, she never knew quite what to say when an adult said that. "Hello Grandma Molly, long time no see, ey?" As they pulled up into the drive Kirsty felt a sigh of relief. She had always hated long car journeys, as Kirsty was very claustrophobic. As soon as the car came to a halt Kirsty open the door and jumped out. She took a deep breath in and closed her eyes. When she opened them again Grandma Molly was standing next to her. "You alright dear?" a tone of concern in her voice. "Yeah its just I hate long car journeys I'll be fine in a minute." Kirsty replied. She turned away from her grandmother and looked at her new home, her mouth dropped open. It was the most alluring house Kirsty had ever seen. ...read more.


It wouldn't be right. So Kirsty began to walk down the corridor. However after a few steps she backtracked back to the hidden door her curiosity had gotten the better of her. It wouldn't hurt to look. She put her fingers in the crack and began to pull the door open. She had finally got it open and was about to walk in when her grandmother came from behind her and shut the door, hard. "What do you think you are doing?" shout Molly angrily. Her eyes were wide with anger. "Nothing I was just looking and saw this door." Kirsty said softly. "How dare you. Didn't your mother ever teach never to go snooping around other peoples houses?" yelled Molly. "I'm sorry it won't happen again." "To right it won't. You stay away from my closet, it is out of bounds, do you hear me? You never go in here ok, or else." Warned Molly "Yes grandma." Replied Kirsty, almost terrified. She couldn't understand, how could someone go from being really nice and pleasant one minute to a terrifying and mean the next. What could be so horrible that she had to get so angry about? Thought Kirsty. Her Grandmothers reaction had intrigued, Kirsty now she really did have to know what behind that door was so bad. ...read more.

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