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Primary. Years 3/4/5/6

IT'S STARTED

By Chloe Elliott, year 6, La Houguette School

THEY'RE COMING, pouring out of their boats, one after another like lava exploding all over the place.Rushing up the bay with big bulky guns in their hands. There was thousands of them all fierce and mad.

“What do I do?” “I’m all alone with no one with me.” I thought to myself.


So I scampered! As constant as I could, I ran! The army already rounding everyone up. I was shivering, all I could hear where people screaming, screaming their hearts out, but that just made me want to go faster, as fast as any soldier could.

I needed a brilliant place to hide. I could still hear people screaming, I was petrified by this time. I thought I was the only one not lined up. I heard a BANG, and that was the moment I stopped and realised, this was the 2nd world war.

I had just seen the reality, not everyone was going to make it out alive.
I was just about to run out of town when a soldier, a huge soldier with a massive gun stood in front of me . I didn’t know what to do. So I just ran, I ran straight past him, the fastest I had ever ran. BANG BANG BANG! Was going off behind me like a million little stones being thrown, trying to hit me.

I was heading for the forest when I saw a face looking out of the woods like a wolf. Now I didn’t know which way I should go? So I realised that the soldier was looking away at the time. So I sprinted right into the little cottage to take shelter for a minute. Before I knew it the soldier had go away so I lay down on the floor and went to sleep.

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