TeenAger

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic


This is an story of a teenager.... Name Aman... I hope you will like it

Submitted: June 13, 2018

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Submitted: June 13, 2018

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TeenAger Aman was a fifteen years old boy of class tenth, was studying in the best school of Delhi. He had to face boards exams that year. Whole year, every single second his parents pressurised him to study. Whole year he tried his best and was damn focus on studies. In boards exams he scored 52% only. After knowing that he cried, but his parents didn't because they know that he tried his best. But the society blamed him, teachers scold him, his friends demotivate him but his parents tried to motivate him. After the bad result, his school's principal did not allowed him to enter the school campus. In purpose of his admission his parents suffered a lot. Delhi's best schools were not giving admission to him as he scored less marks in boards. After that all, his parents tried in average schools of Delhi. Those schools were giving him admission but was not giving him subjects that he want to take. One day, because of depression he suicide. His parents blamed themselves and cried endlessly. In the dark night, his father said to Aman's mother that Aman will be back. He decided to make a Time Machine and with the help of that time machine he will stop his son to doing so. He will make everything alright for sure. From that day onwards he started working on his project - The Time Machine. After a long period of time, approx fifty two years, he succeeded in making the Time Machine. He went to past and met his son, he explained him, he scold him with his love, he tried not to cry, he tried his best to stop his son to attempting suicide, and he really done that, he stopped his son from dying. Today Aman and his parents are living a happy and peaceful life. Today in Aman's room, there is a poster, on that his father had written - MARKS ARE NOT ABOUT EVERYTHING. BY - ISHANK POPLI


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