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Love RiddleI am that pencil that is barely a stump,
the last bit of blu-tac from the larger lump.
I am the notepad with the pages stripped bare,
the raggedy jumper that you no longer wear.
I am the plastic bag blowing on the wind,
the lady whos lips are now old and thinned.
I am the bottle you drained and kicked to floor,
the crisp green apple, now a brown and soggy core.
What am I?
I am used.
The Day I met a Guardian Chapter 10The next day, my mom and I were at the hospital. I had already to her what The Man in the Moon said to me. She was happy that her wish was going to come true. That her daughter was going to be young and happy forever.
After a couple of hours death came and took my mother. I stood right next to her dead body and started crying. The doctors came to take her body away. I went outside to get some fresh air, I still had tears flowing down my face.
"Yeah, she's gone".
Jack walked towards me and held me in his arms until I stopped crying.
The Day I met a Guardian Chapter 5When we finally got back to my house. We went inside and went into my room.
"Wow, you have a lot of books," said Jack.
"Yup, I like to read a lot," I told him.
"Want to play a video game?" I asked him.
"Sure, what game?" Jack asked.
"Super Smash Bros. Brawl"
Jack grabbed the controllers while I got the game set up, and put my glasses on. When Jack gave me one of the controllers, he asked,
" Why are you wearing glasses?"
"I'm far sighted so I have to wear glasses to read or see far away" I told him.
"Okay, now you defiantly look like a nerd," Jack told me while laughing.
"Can we just start playing" I asked impatiently.
I played as Link, while Jack played as Ike. Jack and I were tied we both had beaten each other six times.
"Okay, this is the final round. Who ever loses has to do what the other person tells them to do" said Jack.
"Ok" I told him confident that I would win.
But to m
The Day I Met a Guardian Chapter 8When Jack left, my mom came to spend the night with me at the hospital. She told me something that I wish I didn't hear. She told that she has cancer and that it has spread already too far, which meant she only two days to live.
"Who's going to take care of me, when your gone?" I asked.
"Your Father will take care of you."
" But he lives all the way in Orlando, Florida. We're in Reno, Nevada."
The next day I stayed home that way I could spend the last two days my mom has with her. At 9:30 p.m., my mom was asleep. I stayed up a little longer and watched Terminator 2 Judgement Day. I heard a tap on the window. I opened the window and saw that it was Jack.
Jack came in and watched the movie with me. I wasn't really paying attention to the movie. I was thinking about what my mom said to me last night.
"What's wrong, you seem troubled?" asked Jack.
"Huh, oh nothing."
"Come on, tell me".
"Fine, my mom has cancer. She only has two days to live. When s
The Day I met a Guardian Chapter 3On Saturday I went to my backyard to go play in the snow, make a snowman, and a snow angel. As I was walking around my backyard I said
"Next time I see Jack, I should thank him for the snow."
Then I felt a pair of icy cold hands cover my eyes.
"Or you could just thank me right now." Jack whispered into my ear.
I could hear him laughing as I tried to pry his hands off my eyes, but they wouldn't budge. When I finally got his hands off my eyes, I backed away from him a little and threw a snowball at him. After the snowball hit him, I saw that he was giving me a you shouldn't have done that face, then he started throwing snowballs at me.
I hid behind a tree, until I heard no more snowballs being throw. After a few minutes there was no sound, so I went to go see if Jack was still here.
"Jack, where are..."
I didn't get time to finish my sentence cause Jack picked me up and started flying.
"I want you to meet the other guardians" Jack said to me.
"Ok, but where
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