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Leaving Home

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Introduction

Leaving Home Tommy Patton Prison! As I step cautiously into this dark and gloomy abyss that is the first thing that springs into my young and fragile mind. A small room that resembles the brain, limited yet full of never ending gibberish. A tiny bed stares at me like a food-deprived cheetah and the enormous figure of the wardrobe almost acts as the room's guard making me feel puny and helpless. A gust of wind suddenly pours into the room causing mayhem. ...read more.

Middle

Countless nights have been spent thinking of a plan of action, and tonight was the night! The familiar creek of the sixth step sends a shudder down my spine. Did anyone hear it? A piece of crumpled paper sits at the bottom of the steps awaiting its unaware reader. My brain floods with all the happy memories I've had in this house but they are quickly disregarded and I take my first step out of my shelter, into freedom. By now the time was 3 o'clock and the night reflected my feelings, blank, bare and full of uncertainty. ...read more.

Conclusion

Soon the sun would rise and I would be on the road to the future. I trod along peacefully on my journey to hopefully a better place. I leave the boundary of the town and enter the countryside deciding that the first place I will visit will be the coast, as I had never visited there before and craved to watch the enchanting ocean. The knee-deep grass entangles me as I strive forward. I turn around and gaze back at the house for the last time, it sat in sterile silence, I realised that I wasn't tied down anymore. I was free! ...read more.

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