A Short Story Of Ivan Cruz

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On one hot and clammy Thursday afternoon, in a small town in the everglades, three young boys were walking home from school like always. Cruz, the eldest, was the voice of reason and the sort of “big brother” to the other's. Benicio was taller and more athletic than his friends, and he regularly was jumping to do the next fun thing. Ivan was the immature, and he was mousy and absorbed. The three teens had already stopped at the local gas station to get something to drink like always, and were just passing Mr. O’Neil’s poppy fields. They were stopped by two bigger teenage boys they had seen before, who introduced themselves as Gino and Geronimo. The older guys seemed nice, Cruz thought to himself that something was off about them. Gino and
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