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One Bright Light

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  • Submitted: 22/10/2007
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GCSE William Golding

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One bright light

Too dark. Too warm. Yet too wet. Somehow, he felt he was living through dé ja vu of the nightmare of his whole existence. He shrugged the thought off and shook his head, not wanting to believe his thoughts. Then suddenly smiled within himself. How absurd he was acting. He was now laughing out loud, not even realising himself, amazed. How can anyone go through what he and the others had been through? A quick flash of their 'adventures' passed his mind, and he quietly prayed and wished, that never, ever, again, would any boy have to go through those ordeals. For the third time, he laughed, of his thought of actually believing, for however short that second had been, that he could have possibly have gone through all that for a second time, no, he was acting crazy, he assured himself, and yet again laughed. But this time he got a very unexpected reply

"You ok cuz, not worried are ya?"

He replied the question with a silent smile, yet he knew it was powerful enough to answer without words. They continued to walk quietly through the rain.

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