I sit afraid and scared, my conrades in arms, nestle beside me. We have been taken! it took place at about eight o'clock in the morning. The situation took place in a small, shady coner of the playground. I was resting quietly and ripped from those i knew well.
Crack, smack, bang into the bottom of an empty pit. The rank smell of rotten bannana's and rotton cheeze sandwiches take over the total dullness. I know i am at school but where? I hear childrens voices starting to laugh and others starting to cry.
I was just sitting there being shy and on my best behaviour then i was taken. "I WANT MY OWNER BACK" I yelled but no one heard me. My owner was going to miss me but i had to get back i didnt wnt to stay like this for the rest of my life.
Another pencil case got stolen by the same person and thrown in the same bag as me. I move more into the shadows in hope it dosnt see me then BAM it seen me and shot out it's sharpener and pencils and then out came a pair of scizzors. "I dont have scizzors" i mummbled. And the scizzors are sharp and they are starting to cut me. "Ouch" because it hurts like hell. I try to fight back but i cant they are cutting me more. Then suddenly a big thing comes and and grabs me out and opens me up and grabs out a pen. I sit afraid then my owner walks in.
At first he dosn't notice me. He reaches into his bag and pulls out his book and then he put up his hand. The teacher looks and says "yes Adam". Adam puts his hand down and say's " Someone stole my pencil case". The teacher looks at Stanley who is known for stealing pencil cases and Stanley says "it is mine now Adam".
Adam was about to cry but instead he stood up for himself. No one sticks up for themselves when they are going against Stanley because Stanley is the biggest bully of the whole school. Adam was confident about standing up for himself. Everyone shocked ansd excited at the same time.
Adam ends up getting his pencil case back after fighting with Stanley. Adam won against Stanley. After that Stanley did not bully or steal anything again.
The moral of this story is not to back down.
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