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By Millie Avissa Rehman
In school we were asked for a GCSE controlled assessment to do a short story based on a poem we had chosen from a list the teacher gave us. I chose the poem 'Hour' by Carol Anne Duffy because I thought it was beautiful and very deep, I also love any writing about romance. I had to re write this...
It seems to Brady that nothing will be able to heal his heart after Carly died, not even his own son. Will things get better for him? Will he finally be able to rest, safe and sound?
I hope this makes you smile. :)
~Stay Strong, Skye. X .
Another rainy day
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Includes one swear word.
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