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Here is a Writing Exercise! Can you make a paragraph story about this?

  1. starqueen13 profile image57
    starqueen13posted 7 years ago

    Here is a Writing Exercise! Can you make a paragraph story about this?

    A young girl is desperate to get over this guy that is a total donkey, but learns he is dating a girl that could be his next heartbreak target! If she tried to help the girl, she could get wrapped up in her memories of their old love... choose whether or not she decides to help this girl, and write! i would love to read all of them.

  2. Daniel J. Neumann profile image60
    Daniel J. Neumannposted 7 years ago

    The girl (Sheryl) realizes that the heartbreak actually taught her a lesson she wouldn't have learnt in any institutional classroom. Sheryl decides to stay out of it. Spectating the relationship (in case there would be emotional or physical abuse), the other girl (Diane) surprises her by marrying him—with seemingly sound judgment. Diane and the donkey man end up having two kids. It seems to go well for 30 years. The donkey man is rough around the edges, but Diane figures really we can love anybody—just some people are easier to love than others. One night, the woman dies. The donkey man's heart is broken. Sheryl wishes she had married, instead of observing this tragedy.

  3. JustJan profile image57
    JustJanposted 6 years ago

    Convincing herself she has the other girls (Mel's) best interest at heart, Heather catches up with Mel after fifth period study hall and proceeds to warn Mel away from the donkeyboy. Assured that Mel will listen to her, after all they were once best friends, Heather waste no time pointing out his rudeness, lack of breeding and stubborn mule headed behavoir. Even going as far as to critisize his appearance."Just think of those huge ears" she smirked. Her upturned nose wrinkled with distaste as the subject of their conversation with a herd of his friends in tow, rounded the corner at the end of the hallway. Hearing the familar bray of his voice as he called out her name, Mel beamed from ear to ear as she raced off to join him. She remembered all to well why she was no longer friends with the stuck up Heather Mahoney.

 
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