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Too YoungYou walk into the Marriot Hotel. You are at your 10 year high schoolreunion. There are beautiful chandeliers, balloons, and flashes fromcameras fill the room.

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Fiction Writing 11/17/2005 Too Young You walk into the Marriot Hotel. You are at your 10 year high school reunion. There are beautiful chandeliers, balloons, and flashes from cameras fill the room. The tables are draped with beautiful dining clothes. The forks are set to the left of the plates and knife and spoon are to the right. As you approach a table with your wife you see the blond haired beauty of your past coming towards you. "Oh, my gosh. It's been forever. How have you been?" she says. "Good Tiffany, good!" Man, she looks even more amazing now than she did in high school. "I'm sorry. This is my wife Kelly," you say. "I can't believe you're married. And she's so pretty," says Tiffany as she smiles quickly at your wife with her lips closed and head slightly tilted. "Thank you. Well, how have you been?" Tiffany twirls her hair with her fingers and responds, "Well, right now I am working with a modeling agency and just bought a new Mazda Miata!" "Wow, that's great," you say. You cut the conversation short and proceed to your table. You never thought seeing her again would bring back so many emotions. You look back on that night in high school when your world changed forever and realize why her appearance has brought back an assortment of feelings. ...read more.

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"Yeah. I'll call you tomorrow." You want to stay longer. You want to hug and hold the slender blond figure in front of you. You want to comfort the sad looking face, with beet red cheeks, and glazed eyes. But you realize you can't. You have to get home before your parents find out your gone. You turn around the car and fly down the same roads you came to her house on. As you zip by houses, you come down a steep hill and reach for your radio. You take your head away from the road to change the station. Smack! You have just hit a guard rail. The car is spinning out of control and you clinch your fists around the steering wheel as hard as you can. You suddenly slam on the brakes but it seems as if it takes an eternity for the car to stop. After one and a half turns, you sit there, not moving, realizing you are doomed. How are you going to explain to your parents that you stole and wrecked the car? You did it for a girl! They would never understand. You know you have to still get the damaged car home. You press down the gas pedal, the engine revs loud but the car does not move. ...read more.

Conclusion

You try to take control of it, but can't because of everything that has happened. You are upset because your father did not ask or seem to care that you were safe. But you are even more scared of the punishment that awaits you. "I'm not going home with you, Dad!" "Oh, yes you are." "This is bullshit. You don't even know what happened." "That's right. And I don't care." You eventually get into the car because you know you are getting beat either way. After recalling the events that took place that night, you realized many things about yourself and life. You found out later on from Tiffany's friends that her step-father never hit her. You realized that the girl you thought you loved was using and always testing you. She was seeing how far you would go for her and controlling your every thought. You were gullible. You were too young to grasp the fact that your mother would risk her own life to save yours. You were too young to apprehend that your father was so tough on you because he actually did care for you and wanted to see you succeed. Ultimately, you were too young to understand life. Note: The whole story except for the high school reunion was true. It was about me and had a major impact on my life. However, I feel it has changed me as a person for the better. ...read more.

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