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Personal Writing - Explosion.

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Geraint Paul Williams GCSE English Personal Writing Coursework Explosion It was the day my grandmother exploded. She was the first, it might have been because she was old, who knows? It was two months ago, and my friends, family and I went on holiday to a large castle in the welsh mountains. Castell Angau was its name and it was in "a very nice area" according to my grandmother. I brought Jean and Shorty with me, because I couldn't stand a week with just the family, they would bore me to death. We drove to the castle passing a village called Cartref Meddyliol; the people there were very "odd" as my mother said. After leaving the village there was a long road surrounded by trees, all leafless, which was incredibly strange for it was the middle of July. The road went on for a mile or two and then we saw the towering walls of the castle, which was enormous. It had thousands of windows covering each tower and wing of the castle, It was dark, cloudy, the rain was splashing against the car windscreen, lightning smashed against the roofs of the towers and thunder rattled my bones. A large shiver ran down my spine. It was rather strange. ...read more.

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"Wine, Mam" asked my farther to my grandmother. "Oh! Just a little." He poured a huge glass of wine for her and put it in her hand. She drank the whole glass in a few gulps. After dinner, we stayed at the table. We sat there joking and laughing and enjoying ourselves. I tuned and saw my grandmother. She looked rather flushed. She was staring at an empty bowl of ice cream and looked as though she was trying to hold her breath. "Oooh!!" She screamed in relief she then fell to the floor, from her chair. "Mam!" screamed my Mother "What's the matter, Mam? What's happened? Are you ok?" My Grandmother screamed in pain. "Everyone leave. Don't come back." She Screamed "You'll d..." She broke off and stood up. Her expression was different, lifeless. She just stood there and stared. Then suddenly, a huge explosion rang through the room There was nothing to be seen but smoke. The smoke cleared I could see blood in front of my eyes, on my hands. I could taste it in my mouth. I looked round I saw my mother, father, Jean and Shorty, but no Grandmother. My Grandmother was on the walls, on my face, on my hands, in my mouth, on the floor, on everything in the room. My Grandmother had exploded! "Ahh!!" My mother screamed in horror. She cried. ...read more.

Conclusion

I'll make a deal with you. You either join or all of your friends and family or you and them will go to Hell. It's your choice." "No! I will not." I shouted "Ok, then lets go." said The Devil The Devil clicked his fingers and I could feel a large surge of pleasure go through my body, my heart fluttered, it felt wonderful, the best feeling ever. It went on for several minuets then it stopped. As it stopped I saw that everyone else was in pain, screaming, just like my Grandmother. They all stood up, and stared lifelessly. They suddenly exploded. Blood ran all over the walls. I could taste it I could smell it. The Devil looked shocked. "Why didn't you go? Why are you still here?" he screamed. "Because I am protecting, him!" said a voice that rumbled the whole castle. "Oh! Crap, He's here." said The Devil in fear, and he disappeared. "You are to never talk of this again said the voice, you are to live with the angel." Said the voice "Who are you?" I asked "I am God" said the voice "Now you must leave." In a blink of an eye I was in a home, with an angel who would look after me forever, I was to live young forever and never to leave. "Did any of my family survive?" I asked the angel. She gave him a gentle little smile. "No my dear," she said "Only you." ...read more.

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