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He discovers secrets, or that she has left him a series of letters/notes for after her death.
She can't get the key to work at first... A woman's (or man's) jealousy of her (or his) best friend takes over their life. Could link to 'Les Grands Seigneurs', or 'Mirror' by Sylvia Plath.
Start this at the foot of the tower... Small child really wants cake but has been forbidden from taking it down from the shelf.
Start this story with the child lusting after the cake, which you should describe - baking, decorating etc - in delicious detail. Start this when he realises she doesn't love him back or when he decides to do something about it - get a haircut, stop eating raw onions, go to the gym, pretend that he also loves 'horoscopes' and 'shopping'... Dangerous Ambition (links to Macbeth).
Get describing words for a forest story here. Parent-Child: In a busy town centre, a mother loses her child who has previously been annoying her. Start this story when he wakes up in a hospital bed. You win a million pounds on the lottery. Start this when they see each other or their first proper meeting.
Link this to 'Mother A Distance Greater...' by Simon Armitage, 'Catrin' by Gillian Clarke or 'My Father Thought it Bloody Queer'. Link this to 'Sonnet 18 Shall I Compare Thee', 'Sonnet 116 Let Me Not', 'Quickdraw' or 'Hour', by Carol Ann Duffy or 'To His Coy Mistress' by Andrew Marvell. The first time you have to do a really disgusting piece of housework / cook a meal for yourself and how you tackle it.It;s not a big deal though Thank you It's just something I whipped up when I was practising. It;s not a big deal though Thank you c: I wrote it a while ago and it's a bit short but (it was an exercise in class not an exam) but it should be okay. Far out on the inexhaustible horizon of the sea my bloodshot eyes could just about pinpoint a flailing shape. And then the second time he neglected to tell me and the third I just plain ignored. Thank you c: I wrote it a while ago and it's a bit short but (it was an exercise in class not an exam) but it should be okay. Far out on the inexhaustible horizon of the sea my bloodshot eyes could just about pinpoint a flailing shape. And he swore to me he'd never do it again, he promised. on a Geography trip or Dof E) with someone you don't like much from school and get lost. Start this story just before the main character begins to suspect they are lost. Ferociously funny, very short story about a girl and a fish [here]. finding texts on your dad's mobile from his girlfriend while your parents are still married - or learning that your mum is planning to secretly leave your dad.Could link to Robert Frost's poem 'The Road Not Taken', 'Storm in the Black Forest' by D. Start funny, ends up scary as it starts to go dark. Start this when you're just idly messing with the parent's phone or laptop. falling in love for the first time, as in Romeo and Juliet. I only have one thing that you could change at the beginning you used torrential to describe the rain twice. According to my school teacher you lose marks but that's what she said. Tighter my grasp became on the shimmering green gemstone. Selling it would bring in a great sum; although, I suspected, no amount of money could be worth the joy I would feel when I flung it off the pier, to it's watery grave, along with him. "Wha-" a splutter as his head was covered by a probing arm of water. Start this with her looking in the mirror then opening her front door... Fear of heights: nine year old with family who are in visiting a famous tall tower for the first time.The rest of her family want to go up the tower, but if the child won't go up, someone will have to stay behind with them.