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Street child by Gurmant

streetchild-1Suddenly, Jim saw a bold and brave, dwarf-like man stared at him, while he got out the colossal carriage. The dwarf-man yelled at Jim in a very loud voice saying, “Oi, come here you little boy!” Jim found out that the dwarf-man’s name was Grimy Nick and it was the first time he had been friendly to any of the children. After a steady and quick job for Grimy Nick, Jim finally got some sleep. Secretly, the white moon hung above Jim, while he was looking at the stars and, in his mind, he saw his mum crying.

The next day Jim decided to escape, so he ran as quickly as he could to get away. Unfortunately there was a pack of dogs surrounding him. Luckily, he saw some stale meat and gave it away to the pack of dogs.

The Chase

Jim stopped immediately when there was sign saying, ‘LONDON’, but he really never cared about anything around him, so he still carried on walking. Jim was aware of many police men around him, so while he was walking, he had to duck quickly at the right time, because if any policeman saw him, they will send him back to the Workhouse. He kept on ducking. Suddenly a policeman saw him and ran after him. Jim sprinted as fast as could. Jim didn’t even know were he was going. In front of him a dead end appeared and he looked at the four directions he saw. No sign of the police. Then he saw a poster of the circus! He got the poster of the circus and it was only for a Shilling. Jim search for a shilling all around London. Jumping and excitedly  Jim was so  relieved when he got a shilling..

Circus and Dynamite

Jim went to circus and pretending to be a old  man so he gave a shilling and went through and watch the show calmly and filled with excitement. Just then he saw Rosie, Lizzie and Emily  in the 25,000 crowd. Jim was shocked when he saw them their personality had chanced a lot.  A thief, called Jack Steve sneakily put dynamite in the circus. The circus got blown up!! 13,323 died and the rest were injured, luckily Jim got only  injured. Gurmant

     



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