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A Writer with a pupose

(0) An adopted girl named Dew Thompson is trying to be a Gymnast. Her parents, to famous writers, want her to be a writer. She really dosen't want to. But when she gets older and her parents die a horrible car accident, she decides to write in their memory. But her friends say to stop writing and find her real parents. (Jenieze, Age 8 to 12, 7/7/2003 12:43:13 PM, AWriterwithapupose)

(1) Dew doesn't want to find her 'real parents' because her parents died in a car accident. The people who gave birth to her are no good because they gave her up for adoption. Dew decides to not listen to her friends and writes a story instead about life and what it has to offer. (john, Age 8 to 12, 1/5/2005 10:32:11 AM, AWriterwithapupose)

(2) As she stared at the laptop screen, at first it seemed a torrent ofmemoriescame pouring down... But she could only hear and see one. Her mother-was it her biological mother?-screamed, and a thug moved in. Father-she thought it was her father-held a stick in one hand, and was trying to beat of a heavy group of oafs with a few rifles among them. My mother...THe thug was shouting something, learing at them..."Your mistake was to have them, FLint... You will all suffer... If you can hide, hide now, because they will be tortured here, and now...Darkness, and then someone was cooing... She shook herself, rubbing her eyes. In front of her, instead of her laptop was a small, leatherbound book with strange writing on the cover. Briskly, she picked it up and walked away. SHe was determined not to tell her friends what happened. (C of the U, Age 8 to 12, 1/31/2005 11:56:55 PM, AWriterwithapupose)

(3) Dew walked out the door, wondering what the memory was of. Automatically, she did a series of gymnastic warm-ups while thinking. Suddenly, there was a crack of thunder... She looked above her. It was raining heavily, and she was getting soaked. Jamie turned to walk towards home, when she found herself staring face-to-face with another girl, who looked almost the exact opposite of her. (Benkoshimasu, Age 8 to 12, 3/12/2005 12:01:30 PM, AWriterwithapupose)

(4) "Hello, sranger." Jamie said engagingly. "You look scared, what is the matter?" By then, Dew was not only scared, but sobbing uncontrollably. She could not tell why she was doing this, but for some reason looking at this person made her utterly depressed. "What's wrong?" Jamie repeated. "Why are you crying?" Through her sobs she was able to breathe the words, "I'm sorry. My name's Dew. I'm lost, and I don't know what's going on." "Well, I'm sue I can help you-Dew, that's a lovely name, I'm sure that when I grow up, I will have a daughter and name her just that." The girl seemed to look strangely like the woman in Dew's daydream. (Ashley, Age 13 to 18, 4/9/2005 4:53:31 PM, AWriterwithapupose)

(5) "Here, you can come with me to my house," Jamie said. Who is this girl and what is she thinking, Dew thought. " Sure I'll come with you," Dew said . They walk over to Jamie's house and Dew discoveried that it was a mansion. (Fresnohorsegirl, Age 13 to 18, 5/11/2005 11:43:34 AM, AWriterwithapupose)

(6) Then I went over and wear my real parents wear I asked why did you name me Dew we didn't name you Dew on your birthcertifitc your dad messed up we named you Drew oh. (CGGFFRTR, Age 1 to 4, 6/14/2005 8:35:29 PM, AWriterwithapupose)

(7) "Why does dad always have to be a doof!" "I'm changing my name! I'm going to be called: Sam." So from then on Dew { which is a very stupid name } was called Sam. Sam actually wrote Fiction stories, Non-Fiction stories, and much more. Just like her parents. (Melissa, Age 8 to 12, 6/28/2005 11:52:03 PM, AWriterwithapupose)

(8) Later Sam fell into a wood chipper never to write again or anything for that matter but lay in bed staring at hifself in a mirror crying himself to sleep. - The End? (GEE! Im Good, Age 13 to 18, 7/7/2005 10:03:09 AM, AWriterwithapupose)

(9) this story is lame }:{ (me, Age 8 to 12, 10/11/2005 8:50:33 AM, AWriterwithapupose)

(10) Sam decided to write again, and he found she was better at writing poetry. (Leonie, Age 8 to 12, 10/15/2005 1:21:14 PM, AWriterwithapupose)

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