It was Judgement day my son was just about to see me. I was walking next to my friend Jessie, the person that saved my life a few times. Finally I seen my child but my wife didn't make it my son remembered my letter as he cried. "The war is over" bellowed the people of the city.I was so happy some people I know didn't make it. I am happy but also sad it is only me and my son left. I can only hope I can survive.
Well done to Adam on being the first entry linked up to the 100WC website this week! Don't forget, you need to use the word 'Remembering' to be linked to the 100WC site.
On Remembrance Day (11th November) here in the UK and in other parts of the world we are commemorating those who lost their lives in war.
The prompt this week is:
You can use your 100 words to write about any subject with this topic. Please make sure you include the word 'Remembering' somewhere in your writing - it might be perfect for an Ed-Ing-Ly sentence!
Don't forget to really focus on your LTTs to do your best work possible! Perhaps, you could be on the 100WC showcase and get a badge like the one below.
It was Sunday. I nearly fell out of bed when I woke with such a shock, as my alarm went off at half past eight. As soon as I was dressed, I stepped out of the door. A funny looking portal was ahead of me. Somehow I had just been transported to a graveyard with white crosses and lots of people in odd looking outfits. It made me feel very melancholic. It was Remembrance Sunday. I heard the soldiers chanting my name, Charlotte remember me, we are remembering you. I had just died. I felt my heart freeze and my soul left me as I fell to the ground...
It's the start of the battle and I'm frozen to the spot as I hear the whistling approaching. I try to run, but I am too scared, with the smell of smoke in my nostrils and the scream of machine gun fire in the air.
“Incoming,” screams Jack. I feel something hit me and knock the air out of me like stuffing from a rag doll. Wind brushes past my face and mud fills my mouth and nostrils. Then Jack is lying on top of me in a trench and shouting to “stay down!”. I will always be remembering jack!
Thank you for remembering the people who took up there own time to serve there country in war!