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Dystopia

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Introduction

´╗┐The Volcanic flames of the fire touching my skin. I try hard not to scream but the pain is too much. I let out a screech but no one can hear me. I try again but this time I scream to the top of my lungs. But still no answer. I am ambushed in this world of loneliness and disgrace. ...read more.

Middle

It feels like I am boxed in and have no contact with the outside world. The blood from my wounded arm, which I have no idea how I achieved, is still flowing. The sting of this bruise is unexplainable. I feel like I am going to collapse. But I pay no attention to it, as my mind can only think of food. ...read more.

Conclusion

Then suddenly I could feel cold liquid beside my feet. I look down and I could see a river of crimson coloured blood. Skulls and remains of dead people are scattered everywhere. The horizon, which once used to be a beautiful, mellow blue, is now a dull, lifeless grey colour. I now realize where I am. The planet that once used to be loving and full of colour has now turned into an everlasting- fire pit. The dystopia in my head is coming to life. By Alima Hussain ...read more.

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