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Everyday Tom gets up from his cold dusty bed imagining she is still with him. His tall fragile body weeps with pain as his arthritis kicks in. His gauging ghostly features appear upon the mirror his deep-set eyes, his chalked cheeks and his ratty nose. But yet he remembers the good old days when people greeted you with love and friendship not deceit and charisma like they do now. He pulls on his rugged fifthly clothes and walks through the hallway filled with his sentimental war memorably. He goes into his rustic kitchen and makes himself some toast with full fat butter spread all over it. He turns on his ancient wireless and sits on his rugged old armchair that his father gave to him. He picks up the daily paper and skips to the back page to check the horse racing odds. ...read more.


She had gone to work normal and she was on her way home in the car she had entered a major traffic in an attempt to escape it she turned into the next lane going in the opposite direction to try and turn around however she didn't see another car in her blind spot, the other car crashed into her side and she was thrown out the side of the car and died on scene. Tom received a phone call that night and was told about the horrific accident ever since he has never driven or been in a car, he travels everywhere on bus. Tom walked out of the bookies and went outside to see if he could find the children and sure enough there they were in the alley, he went up to a small scruffy little boy with fair blonde hair and blue eyes and asked him what they were laughing about, the little boy looked scared as if ...read more.


He went back into the TV room and placed a bet on a different horse, a random horse and sure enough he lost but it didn't matter. Still everyday he carries on with the same routine but now he does it with a big smile and everyone has became nicer to him, he has now realised people aren't full of deceit it was just the way he behaved, he only saw people as deceitful and charismatic because it was the only way he knew how to carry on his life without Sarah, his wife but now his life has changed for the better as he is soon to be married but every minute he remembers Sarah the way her hair flicked in the wind and the way her eyelashes fluttered at him the first day they meet. So Tom now knows not to judge people by the way the look or act and to get to know the person properly before he should pass judgement. ...read more.

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