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My legs felt numb from the hours of desperately running. Peter, do you know where we are going?

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Introduction

Bang! ?Are you alone?? asked the voice softly. ?I know who the thief is, I saw him, please don?t kill me?. Jim quickly retrieved a black notebook from his back pocket and steadied his pen. ?The man was wearing white, a?a?a? white t-shirt with blue jeans. He has the most petrifying eyes I have ever seen in my entire life, his hair, as black as coal, his body, as big as a rhinoceros. He has a sharp nose and a scar consuming his entire face. As Jim gradually drew the face, a familiar face appeared on the page. Jim glared at the notepad in contempt, ?I knew it?. I panted heavily. I had never run this far in my life. My legs felt numb from the hours of desperately running. ...read more.

Middle

As a lazy breeze flicked the overhanging leaves, a faint sunlight created a shadowy darkness under the skeletal branches. We needed rest. -Screech- A loud, piercing noise had awoken me from my slumber. The atmosphere had rapidly changed. A thick fog covered the entire forest like a glutinous cloud. It was ominous. It was foreboding. There was a creature nearby, I just knew it. I gently retrieved a Swiss Army knife as I slowly searched the area with caution and prepared myself for the worst. -Roar!- A hideous grizzly bear the size of a car burst out of a nearby bush. It was enormous! As tall as the Eifel tower, as large as an elephant, it charged full speed, shaking the earth with every thunderous stomp. ...read more.

Conclusion

As I approached Peter, I noticed something?something was not right. As I approached Peter, the pain of a thousand needles stabbed me in the thigh. As I glanced down, I realized my entire thigh was ripped apart by the bear! Adrenalin kept me from feeling the horrendous pain. Without an utter of a sound, I watched as Peter heaved the bag of gold upon his shoulders. I watched as Peters entire face was covered by a veil of darkness, making him unrecognizable. I watched as Peter turned his back to me, his best friend, his only friend, his only brother. Peter walks to freedom as I am trapped in this forest, laying here with no hope, no freedom, and no future. I retrieve the handgun, dropped by Peter. Slowly, I raised the handgun, pulling the trigger as tears flowed from my eyes like a waterfall. -BANG!- ...read more.

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