100WC #11 My head really ached

My head really ached …

My head is pounding from all the stress and pressure and it is all too much. My personal life is hanging by a thread and everything is going wrong. I had my last NAPLAN test yesterday and my head really ached so I was worried if I did as well as I could. I was worried if I disappointed my parents or my teachers because I was only focusing on the pain and trying to relief it. Some questions I just put down random numbers or each time it was a multiple choice question I would do eny, meny, miny, moe to decide.

How could something so tiny…. 100WC #10

A couple of years ago I committed a small crime. I’m ashamed but I can go back and fix what I did in the past so I just have to live with it. I recently put in an application for university and I got the results today. This is what the letter said;

Dear Melany,

I’m sorry to say but because of the lolly robbery that you pleaded guilty to, you will not be able to accompany us at Harvard Law School.

Thanking you for your time

Professor Miena

How could something so tiny have such a big difference in my future”

Red…. 100WC #9

There’s one color that I see when I think of life is red…. I see red because of sunrise and sunset. So many things you see during life are red; anger (the main color of anger is red.), stores, flags .etc. When I think of red I think anger; which is a part of everyday life, I also see health which to me is extremely important to me because a healthy life normally means a happy life. It also shows health because of blood and it being the color red which means life because you need blood to have life.

Skeleton picture prompt…. 100WC #8

 I was with my best friend trick or treating and we went passed an American household and they offered us to come into their house and straight away we did. When we started seeing blood and ripped clothes we started to get worried but kept on through the tour, when we got to the backyard we started seeing bodies that people tried to burry but didn’t fully. We were worried that soon that would be us. I checked and it turned out that it was the missing child in my mum’s parent’s street; she was one of my best friends.

This was our picture prompt

This was our picture prompt

She wouldn’t stop crying…. 100WC #7

I think I made a big mistake, this afternoon I left my 8 year old  at home while I went shopping and when I got home the neighbors 2 year old daughter had been crying and her mother said to me, “Because of your stupid son, my daughter was crying all night and she wouldn’t stop crying.” My son’s side of the story was that she was sleeping and he shut the door too loud and it woke her but according to her mum the baby was never ever sleeping while I was out and my son was home alone.

it felt like…. 100wc #5

It felt like….

The wind is blowing and the cold breeze is slowly freezing my vulnerable, uncovered neck. The breeze will eventually get from my neck, to my arms, to legs, to my feet and then I will freeze all over. I feel a tap on my shoulder and it felt like a touch from death. I was all of a sudden freezing all over, I didn’t want to turn around but I couldn’t resist. I turned around and it was worse than death. It was my teacher holding my holiday homework; maths, literacy, writing, reading, spelling, typing and calculations.

 

The Gift…

On the 11th of June the 5/6’s of M.P.P.S did narratives. These narratives, had to be about a gift, I did my story about an elderly homeless women that was given a very important gift. Through out the story there are little gift but closer to the end there is a very important gift. I hope you enjoy;

Hi, I am Martha Skitzenberg and I live in Broad meadows at the local train station.It’s 2003, and I am worried about this train station on Friday and Saturday nights because when people come back from the city after a long day, they have often been to the pub earlier and had a bit to much to drink. After people have been to the pub, many don’t know what they are doing.

In 1997, my husband passed away when he was coming home. He was king hit by a bunch of under aged teenagers after a big night. When he passed away I didn’t have enough money to pay off the rest of our mortgage so our house was taken from me which left me… you guessed it… homeless. When people at the station pass me, they like to laugh but one day a teenage boy had just came back from the shops, he had bought things to decorate his home and he gave me his; warm sleeping bag, lots of decorated pillows, battery operated lights and some new warm clothes for the winter.

Today, I was contacted by the Australian government and told that someone (a young teenage boy) had contacted them and he said that he was studying law in year 12 and told them that people aged over 60 that are homeless, have to be given a home in the suburb/estate of their  by the government and he would walk past that women in 3 months to see if she is still their and if not he will tell the police and contact the housing department or even sue the Government.

I was flooded with joy,when I found out that someone of that aged cared for the elderly and homeless. I wouldn’t expect this to happen in the 21st century because of how society has changed for the worse.

“Back in my day,” I raveled on, to the stranger reading my sign, “you could walk through the city at night and know that nothing bad will happen to you unnless you bother someone you don’t know.”Will she ever stop thought the young man. “Do you walk through the city at night feeling safe?” The young man walked off in bother.

1 and a half months later

Today, the prime minister, Tony Abbott came and gave me keys to a lovely double story house with a pool, and an electrical chair so I don’t have to walk up the stairs. My new house is; 3 Worribale court, Toorak.

7 years later

” Today, we remember what wonderful moments we had with our late friend Martha Skitzenberg. She gave us all her friendly advice and shared her wisdom with children and people that will grow old with that knowledge .”                          “I once remember her saying to me that; back in her day she could walk through the city at night feeling safe and knowing that she would get home safely.” A tear dropped and the middle aged man turned around and sat in his seat.”

Thank you for reading my piece and I hope you enjoyed my narrative.

100WC Week#26

 …as they turned the corner…

Many people say that the corner of Stephenson street and Robertson road is very dangerous and that may be where many people are taken or killed. The people that live in that area say that they hear screams every night and some at the break of dawn. On the 13/12/2003 3 police officers decided to go to the particular corner with lots of weapons and …As they turned the corner… nothing happened so they decided to go back with no weapons and they were never ever ever seen again.

…as they turned the corner…

100wc week#22

As I was walking home from school I was stopped by a cold hand on my back. I didnt know if it was my friends or someone I didnt know but I was to scared to turn around. I kept on walking and I heard a bang from behind without thinking I turned around and nothing was there I looked on the ground and saw a chocolate bar. I followed my instincts and ripped it open. I hesitated but then took a bite. It was extremely bitter. But it said sweet on the wrapper. I turned back around and started to walk. Then suddenly I dropped. And thats all I remember before I woke up in a hospital bed.

100WC #21

We were at school doing silent reading and we all of a sudden heard a slap. It was every childs worst nightmare but someones nightmare just became a real life situation. The only noise you can hear for the next 5-10 minutes is crying and crying and more crying. Once the crying has stopped it is silent for another 2 minutes. This is a chained reaction after the caine has been used on yet another innocent victim. The silence was deafening, but it happened quite often, so i as used to it. Getting the caine or the strap isn’t hard, talk while the teacher talks and out comes the strap.