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The crowds became stronger, the traffic louder, buildings taller. I lost my grip on my mothers hand but she didnt notice,

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Creative writing The crowds became stronger, the traffic louder, buildings taller. I lost my grip on my mother's hand but she didn't notice, I stumbled but once I had picked myself up I had lost her and I had lost sight of my father's head- the crowds had pulled me back and were blocking the path to my parents, then panic hit me and the city pounced on me. It began to push me forward and pull me back like the tides of the sea; I couldn't fight the current of people and now the city had me in its concrete grasp. ...read more.

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Despite my bewilderment at this shining green field in the middle of the dreary city I looked back hoping to spot my parents. I was looking out for my mother's shimmering blue dress or the old torn leather jacket that my father loved to wear, but I was greeted only by ocean of gloom that I had just escaped from. I knew that I was not going to find my parents alone; I had to tell someone who would help me. I surveyed the people in my field and saw that there was a tall, sinister man with a dark beard looking right at me; fear gripped me by the stomach so I turned and ran. ...read more.

Conclusion

I wanted to give up and cry; I sat on the ground and wept. I was wiping the tears from my eyes when a man emerged from around the corner ahead of me; for a split second I thought it was my father but instead I looked up in horror to see the bearded man that I had ran from earlier. He remained silent but reached inside his torn up leather jacket and pulled out a kitchen knife. The smooth, silver blade was shimmering like the sun's rays reflecting off the still waters of a calm lake. I wanted to run but my legs were weighted down by the intensity of my fear. I could not even scream or shout, and then he lunged at me. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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