Story About People Who Have Powers! Gravesend Grammar School Creative Writing

4161 words - 17 pages

Powers Rock!
The Beginning
“Boo!” my sister shouted. In fear I fell out my bed hitting my head against the floor.
“WHAT WAS THAT FOR?!” I shouted in anger.
“That’s what you get for setting my phone on fire,” she said in an annoying voice and laughing at the same time.
My sister, (named Stella) and I always play tricks on each other since we discovered we had powers. I have fire powers and Telekinesis, whereas my sister has electric powers and Telekinesis but we were given these bracelets in order to control our powers. You’re probably thinking, so how did we get our powers? Well I’ll be telling you that right now!
Stella and I were in school, in the science lab where we were mixing two radioactive substances together. We were told to put only a drop of it into the beaker. As Stella and I were about to pour it in, Jack (the bully of the school) stormed out of class slamming the door. Stella and I were so startled by this that we poured everything into the beaker, which was connected to the Gas machine. Immediately it happened, the science teacher told everyone to evacuate the lab. She even pressed the fire alarm, alarming everyone in the school! The beaker with the liquids was about to drop so Stella and I, both went to catch it, but it spilled all over us.
With no time to spare, we dashed out of the lab to the Muga outside of school, where I saw everyone else lining up. The teacher asked if we were okay and we replied, “Yeah!” because we didn’t feel any different. So eventually a few Fire Trucks and even Albert Einstein had to come to make sure absolutely everything was okay. But eventually everything was back to normal. But not for us.
Anyways back to the main story; I brushed my teeth then headed straight to the kitchen. By the way if you don’t know this I don’t like food, I looove food! Just as I was about to grab the Coco Pops (my favourite cereal) my sister used her Telekinesis to grab it first, she poured the rest of it into her plate and put it into the microwave. Just when I was about to have a go at her, she used her electrical powers to power up the microwave, making it much quicker to warm it, and then she ran away with the bowl of cereal in her hands. As she ran away, she laughed manically. My sister is so annoying, like man I got unlucky, but my mom is always saying you’re lucky you have a sister but really… I doubt it.
By the way our mom knows about our powers because she works for the company that gave us our bracelets (the things we use to control our powers). But if our dad ever found out he’d probably take us to a hospital for examination, so every time something unexplainable happens, we have to make an excuse - even if it makes no sense. Oh, yeah, and also my best friend, Jamie, has a super power called Omnificence. It’s like the best power you could possibly get. You’re probably wondering; wait how did he get that power? Well basically, when we got out of the building after the incident, I had no idea I still had some of it...

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