I knew it. This was the last time I would see the sky. I had told him I would do this last mission for him and then be done. I ignored my gut feeling, I knew better but I felt guilty. I was leaving after all. But now, hearing the sounds of the sirens and knowing I was trapped, I was starting to regret my decision.
It's no use fighting, I know this. So, gathering the last of my courage I walk out the door leaving my supplies behind, I hadn't finished the hack. So I left m I would finish y computer inside to finish the upload knowing that I would finish the job I had promised to do. Then when the police show up I just raise my hands and go quietly. I'm not stupid, I know my rights. So, I shut-up I won't be saying anything that can be used against me.
Later after a few years in prison, I hear from the guards gossip that war has been declared and that the prisoners will be given jobs to do and will have teachers. I am taught by a handy-man how to build and fix things that have been broken.
The following challenges were completed during the writing exercise:
Begin Start typing to begin
Letter Use the letter T
Words Reach 50 words
Words Reach 100 words
Event Someone goes to prison
Prop Include a computer
Letter Use the letter N
Words Reach 200 words
Character An idle handyman
Event War is declared
An account lets you keep track of your saved stories and unlocks additional perks if you claimed the full app.Login with Google Login with Twitter View saved stories Log out