Jaws: A Fictional Narrative

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It all started out as a blur. I couldn’t comprehend anything that I was witnessing with my eye’s. My heart was beating as fast as a hummingbird flapping its wings. My mind was chasing, like a cheetah racing for its prey. But, let’s bring you to the beginning. It was June 6th 2014, a friday, which for the Smerz household its movie night. We were watching the Avengers. I made our special scouting popcorn. It was kettle corn, my absolutely favorite kind of popcorn. About half way into the movie my dad told me to go take the dog outside, because our dog, stella, knows how to do the potty dance. So I dashed to the door to let her do her business. I didn’t know it but in about 10 minutes something so alarming so impending was about to happen.…show more content…
I couldn’t comprehend anything that I was witnessing with my eye’s. My heart was beating as fast as a hummingbird flapping its wings. My mind was chasing, like a cheetah racing for its prey. What once was a house, now soon to be ash. A small lone apartment building was deeply engulfed in flames. I couldn’t believe my eye’s neither my sister or my dad could either. My dad quickly notices that there is only one car in the lot which is a relief. That shortens the possibility of deaths in the tragic event that was unfolding. The flame was huge! It was as tall as the building itself, if not more. It had a mixture of red yellow orange and green which was odd. The heat was insanely hot, I live two houses down from this building and it felt like 100 degrees easily from my porch. The fire department came shortly after we saw it burning. There was a total of nine fire trucks that I could see. I felt cold inside despite the heat of the fire, I felt cold not knowing the truth. How did it started, why did it started, who started it, was it natural, I wanted to know my dad sent me off to bend with a clueless mind. But for the record, it is one of the most hardest things to sleep when there is nine fire trucks sirens 500ft away from your

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