My fingers hovered over the keyboard.
What can take years to build, but only a slip of the tongue
''I want to be them. I want to be famous.''
12AM, August 7, 1888: Jack, a tall, lean man in black pants,
black shirt and a green velvet jacket was taking a midnight
stroll to Gorge Yard.
If you are reading this, you have probably found me dead,
frozen, sitting on the long drop.
''Get up princesses,'' boomed Mr Strong, the PE teacher, as
he moved around the aisles of beds, shaking each boy awake in
Feeling the soft, squishy substance sneak amidst my toes as I
wiggled them to-and-fro, a sudden burst of energy struck me.
On my way inside, after trudging through knee-high swedes and
battling with electric fence string, I am ready to call it a
Waking up to gunshots and the echoes of distress were not
abnormal in the Krakow Ghetto, but Rosa startled when she saw
the terror etched on her father's face as he rushed her out
of bed with trembling hands.
Imagine living inside a locked closet without any control
over any aspect of your life.
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