Ghost Boy

By Georgia, Year 6

Written as part of Factory Feedback

Pierce was a rather quiet, mysterious boy, he was pale with gorgeous olive eyes, his long brown hair covered them though. Yet, he disappeared and reappeared in the flash of an eye, he was given the name Ghost Boy due to one day, the day he went missing for some time, leaving without a trace. Rumours spread fast of Ghost Boy, some say they had seen him, others say he never existed, which couldn’t be true, his sister, Fawn was there when he was born. He was real, right? “Pierce, where have you gone?” Fawn frantically called out searching the halls, he was just sitting in the corner of his bedroom. He lifted his head and looked at her. “Oh, thank heavens you’re okay. Though, mum’s been acting weird when I talk about you.” she said, “any idea why?” Pierce just shook his head, he didn’t talk very much. “Anyways, let’s get ready for school!” cheered Fawn, she loved school very much as she was a bright kid. She grabbed her bag and Pierce grabbed his. “Mum, where’s Pierce’s lunch?” the siblings mother, Fiona looked at Fawn in concern, “dear.” She whispered, “Pierce has been dead for a year now…”

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