Original Writing Essay

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Original Writing

I will be writing a story about an American Family, who has a very intelligent twelve year old child. Who has to undergo an Intelligence test, to see how bright he actually is. After a few hours of waiting, the results return and prove to be conclusive, and, as a result the boy is forced to have his brain removed. And replaced because he is seen as a threat to the future. It is either this, or faces Imprisonment.

''So, it's tomorrow then?'', groaned the twelve year old boy. His parents knew that yes, it was tomorrow. Tomorrow was the day when he would have to undergo the intelligence test.

However, unlike most everyday tests, he did no preparation. This was because
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He sat rigidly towards the back of a tatty, old carriage, in silence, just pondering the journey ahead. The time between the stations felt like eternity - have you ever noticed how time seems to go slower when you are anxious or nervous about something, although obviously the last minute is just as long as the next one.

Only two more stops to go, and then it would be his turn to get off. Could he manage it? How would he feel? However he managed it or however he felt, he knew it was something he just had to do, no matter the cost to him as an individual, and surely things couldn't be that bad - or could they? It resembled your money or your life type situation, although, obviously, in this situation, it was your brain or your life type situation.

The next thing he knew, it was his turn to get off the train. A feeling of emptiness swept across him. What was he going to do now? For a second, he contemplated disappearing but then, all of a sudden, he felt a feeling of disappointment, as he knew that that simply wasn't possible.

He just stood there, wondering what to do next. He started to walk slowly towards a desolate building, as he studied the map carefully.

In a flash, he realised he was going in the opposite direction and immediately proceeded to turn back again. The wind was howling and the clouds looked like they where about to burst. To his surprise, within a few short
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