In my emotional but serious short story, Life On Mitchell Road, there are trouble teens who feel unloved, unworthy, unwanted, unfit and unneccessary. Freeman is a quiet but somewhat lost and impressionable young man who's crying out for some acceptance among his peers. He meets WillI'm a young man with the'same problems but a disturbed mind. They've tried to fit in but found the world to be much to cruel. And no matter who they turn to for help they get slapped in the face. Now WillI'm has devised a plan to see that no one ever disrespects them again. Freeman's fought a long battle for social acceptance and social freedom. And still he runs into one brick wall after another. Thanks to his new friend WI'llI'm, Freeman feels his fight will soon be over. Quiet young people are usually teased and bullied to the point of embarrassment. They are outcast and rarely show any emotion. These young teens just need to be accepted. Like anyone else they need someone to talk to. Or the pain, the rejection and the embarrassment will eat them up inside like cancer. And sooner or later this will mentally take its toll, and eventually they will explode. Today is the day to take final exams. The underclassmen have two weeks left in school. But this is the'senior's last day of class and no one was prepared for what was about to happen. No one knew who, what, when or why. All they knew was something had happened at Mitchell Road School. Life On Mitchell Road relates to our troubled teens and their struggle thru everyday living. Freeman realizes that two wrongs don't make a right. And just because he's hurting doesn't nean he's lost out on life. He virtually becomes the hero.
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June 01, 2012
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