Have you ever been in prison but it’s not really prison? Well I mean lockdown. Not because of some outbreak, not because of a manhunt but because of LEAVES you heard me LEAVES. There all over the place. They flooded the place so we can’t even open our door. I haven’t when’t outside for guess how long 1 month. It’s not fair, government isn’t cleaning the leaves. We do something called e learning. It stands for electric learning. The lights flicker I freak out. The government says the power will be out for at least two days. And worse the windows are blocked and it’s pitch black. I gulp.
Fighting in the war wasn’t always rare, my dad fought in the war he was sergeant. Sadly he passed away. It isn’t always rare for you’re family members to hear you last words before you go to war. Like my dad, he was rich and famous. Because he passed away they have a big statue located in the middle of my country. After my dad died my only goal was to go to war and defeat the people who killed my farther. So here I am standing in the middle of attacking japan. But before I know it in the leg and in the arm and I’m down.
It was a minute ago that I was declared a fugitive. I punched a guard in the face, beat up two annoying cell mates. I ran outside the building to the nearest person, I had enough energy to pant “where is the nearest shops?” . The man’s reacted as if he was being threatened for tonnes of money. His hand was shaking as he pointed to a game store. I ran there and hid behind it. I could hear the words “spread out and find him!” I heard footsteps. Each step became closer. I closed my eyes and opened them. There was a man in front of me pointing a gun.