Never Forget Short Story Assignment Bayview Ss Assignment Short Story

1013 words - 5 pages

Never Forget
"Welcome to Wonderland." The soldier says with a smile when Richard arrives at the entrance of Wonderland, "What do you want?" Richard looks at that soldier and says," I want to become a famous musician so I can have so many money." The soldier laughs," You are not the only person that want to become famous and have so many money. You can make what you want comes true inside. But first of all, you need to give me everything that does not belong to our world."
Richard agrees and start putting stuff into a box. When he need to put his guitar into that box, he become hesitate and looks at guitar. This guitar was his great grandfather's guitar. It's called "dream" and his great grandfather used to play with this guitar every day. When his great grandfather gave this guitar to him, His great grandfather told him," Always remember one thing: The music you are playing can show your heart. Remember what's the most important thing to you and use your music to show it. The reason why your listeners like your music is because they love the thing that you show in your music. Also, never let fame to occupy your heart.
Richard looks at guitar, his eyes are full of reluctance. He doesn't want to give his guitar to that soldier. This guitar is full of his memory. "Go to Wonderland Richard. you can make your dream come true there." His friend's word rang in his ear when his is regret and wants to leave. If I put my guitar into that box, I can become famous and have as many money as I want so I don't need to worry about my life. Richard looks at his guitar and thinks. If I leave, the only thing that I can do is go home and wait to die. Richard takes one last look for his guitar and put it into the box. The soldier looks and Richard and smile," I will give you another called 'fame'. By using this guitar, you will become the most famous musician on the world" The soldier gives a very beautiful guitar to Richard. The guitar is the most gorgeous one that he has never see. Richard loves this guitar and uses it to play a song. The tone of this guitar is wonderful. It sounds like the sound of dripping water. " Thank you." Richard says and enters the door of Wonderland.
The Wonderland looks wonderful. The sky is blue and there's no cloud. Everyone's face is full of happiness and hope. The trees are tall and the grass is green. He feels like he can't find another place that is more beautiful than here.
"Hello?" A strange voice comes from the back of Richard. Richard turns around and sees there's a girl stand behind him. "I will take you to your home and there's a concert tonight. You can tell me if you want to play the guitar on the stage. By the way, my name is Jes...


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