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Sister sorrow

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GCSE English coursework original writing: Sister sorrow I was an idiot. How could I have been so horrible? I realised she was not her self anymore. The once jolly bright girl was now a fragile, weak person whose world had fallen upon her. I walked slowly to the glass window. I slowly pressed my fingers on the transparent frame. There I saw my little sister with wires connected all around. Her eyes were firmly shut. She looked as pale as a ghost. I walked up to the door and twisted the knob slowly. I walked in. Slowly at a foot at a time. I walked up to her and dropped myself beside her. I instantly cried. The tears dropped upon the white sheets. I thought of all the evil things I did to her. Tears trickled slowly down from my cheek. It was then I remembered my parents talking. I didn't quite know of what exactly of what they were talking about. It had appeared to me that they were muttering about someone. They were saying that the person was not going to make it. ...read more.


It was then my heart pounded and it felt like a bullet had been shot right through me. I collapsed in slow motion on the floor. I couldn't believe what had just happened. After all this time, I finally understood what had just happened. All of a sudden, it came back to me. She had been in a car accident. Who had done that to her? And why? I pulled myself up and dragged myself out of the room. I looked around and I saw my Mum sitting quietly. Her eyes were bright red. I sat beside her and asked her, 'How did it happen? 'She was hit by a truck after she stormed out of the house a couple of days ago, but I don't know why she was so angry,' she replied. I looked at her with a guilty face. It was then I confessed all. 'She was angry at me because she had stolen my things and lost them; I went metal on her and made her angry. I was panicking that day because I was going to be late for school. ...read more.


I didn't mean to hurt you in any way. I'm the blame for everything. I'm sorry and I love you dearly.' My words stopped. I couldn't say any more. Suddenly I felt the smooth fingers of hers touch mine. I looked up in a surprise. I looked at her eyes and saw them slowly lift up. I couldn't believe what I was seeing. Her eyes weren't fully open but I couldn't see her bold brown eyes. I jumped in excitement and hugged her. I repeated her name to get her fully awake. Her lips slightly moved and she muttered out 'Mum.' I looked up at once and ran out to find my mother. Within a minute, my parents ran to the room to glance at my weakened sister. Mum ran to her and gave her a big kiss. After weeks of misery, I finally saw Mum smile with joy. That day I was thanked by everyone for getting my sister out of the coma. Even though they believed it was me who saved her, I believed it was our love for each other, which saved her. I know now she has forgiven me for what I believe I had done wrong. From now on, I cherish my sister like I never had before. Blackfen school for girls Shabrina Ali 07/05/2007 1 ...read more.

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