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The Hong Kong Tales

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Introduction

Movahhed, Matt 2/5/02 Per. 2 The Hong Kong Tales I'm taken to the lost and found, Angry and scared, with a scowl and a frown. In front of me is a woman, who looks about thirty, A look on her cave, like I'm odd and dirty. Her hair is disheveled, in a stressed out kind of way. By the look on her face, today hasn't been her day. I see her little nametag, reading Katie Lee, It doesn't seem she will be very nice to me. ...read more.

Middle

How could this woman be so mean? After a while I confront her and she replies, "You represent my broken dream." She had always wanted to go to America, but it could never be real She couldn't get a visa, and she would never steal. To her America is a getaway, the ideal place, But she felt like she was forever stuck in this little space. Behind the counter, alone and cold, Until she grows to be grumpy and old. ...read more.

Conclusion

This "Katie", is much more than what meets the eye, It looks like she might cry. A woman who seemed to me so rude, Turned out to be a caring and kind, as I conclude. Katie continued to look around for my passport, I describe Kelly Ko, and she says, "I know her sort" I can't leave the airport without that darn thing, And I don't know what the next day will bring, But hopefully Kelly will be found and I'll get my stuff, Because truly, I really have had enough. ...read more.

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