NO TITLE THUS FAR

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
Beg. of short story.


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Submitted: August 04, 2012

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We came to a screeching halt, expectedly. God, why was my brother even attempting to learn how to drive? The basic functions of his personal motor skills had yet to kick in at the seasoned age of seventeen which, in theory, should be dismissing any desires beyond that, especially that of which include the combination of a machine and living human beings. Which actually leads to me question my parents sanity, come to think of it. "Brandon, try to ease up on the breaks, please? Jesus." I gripped my seat belt, trying to brace myself for the unnecessary acceleration that would precede. The heat wasn't helping either, it had been twenty-three days of unadulterated hell. I thought this as a bead of sweat rolled down my forehead, down my cheek and came to a stop at my chin. This bothered me, but left it to gather weight to drop on it's own. This way I would save myself the excruciating painful heat that would generate from my attempting to remove it manually. Let gravity do its work. As we glided through the intersection, my rolled down window allowed a warm, uneasy, breeze to flow through and hit my face. As this happened, I felt the sweat dry on my face creating a mask…….


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