David’s heart was thumping like it was about to jump out of his chest,my body felt like it was frozen in place,my hand were shaking and my legs were failing me.I was afraid that the guard will catch me and kill me,I was also afraid that the light will shine on me.But I was also happy of the thought of freedom.Yet I’m also sad for the people who are still in the Camp and tried to get out but failed.But I can’t wait any longer I have to go as fast as I can.
I’m hearing a lot sounds,
I hope I don’t get seen by the spotlight.
I’m climbing the barbed wire,
I hope I’m not in sight.
I’m running away,
I find a bundle.
I hope there’s no bomb inside,
Or my fingers might fumble.
I opened the bundle,
I find a loaf of bread.
I ran away again,
Hoping I don’t fall on my head.
I’m still running away,
I’m running out of food.
Then I fall on the ground,
And I’m not in the mood
As I jumped over the fence I was ecstatic and apprehensive. If I could just make it to the tree, get the bag and make it to the forest I would be free. As I got to the bag I began to feel panic-stricken, what if the package was a bomb? I was petrified as I untied the knot. When I discovered that it wasn’t a bomb I felt elated. I sprinted towards the trees terrified in case the Germans caught at this late stage.
My heart halfway out of his chest.
The ground slipping under my feet.
I look back.
When will they come after me?
I feel frightened.
I stumble on a rock.
Head first into the ground.
All I can hear is the silence.
But for how long?
David was on the run,
He was not having fun,
He fell asleep,
Then found by a sheep,
He found food,
And was in a good mood.
I am David
My life will never be the same
I will always be scared of what will happen next
I will always be brave and courageous
I am David
All I want
Is to see my miserable family
I am crestfallen
Because that will never happen
I am David
As the night turned darker, I was getting more and more scared, worrying if anyone would catch me. I was always happy before the war. My sister ran away when she was 17. It was just me and my parents but because I was taking away from my parents all I could do was cry and I never be happy. I wanted to ran away for everyone just to find my parents. I was so lucky that nothing too bad happened to me.
Even if I am happy, sad, joyful, depressed I will always miss my parents. If people find me gone, good luck to me I am tired of my friends being killed because of their colour of skin or religion.
Or because they are not perfect.
It makes me sick.
Now I am 87 years telling my grandkids about World War 2.
I never told you that I found my Mum and dad, they were running away to because are house was on fire.
We ran too the closest train and we went to Ireland.
The war was a horrible time for anyone .
When David escaped from the prison camp and he got through the wire fence he felt stupid thinking he could get away with this, he was afraid of the light in the watch tower because if they see him he could be dead. After he ran and ran and ran through bushes and trees he fell into the grass and fell asleep. A while later he was woken by a sheep licking him but all he thought of was danger because sheep ment people, but later he came across more sheep and fell over two shepherds who were asleep on the ground he was then terrified. But the shepherds didn't hear him, he stayed there for the rest of the night hoping the shepherds would wake up in the morning leaving some food and water behind them, which they did. He took the leftover food and tried to make it look like the sheep knocked it over.
One day,David was in prison camp and was anxious to get out of the prison camp. David said he would jump over the spiky fence.The next day David would go out of his prison cabin and sprint over to the spiky fence and jump over it. When David went to jump over the spiky fence he was anxious that the watch light would find him. Then he quickly ran behind a cabin so he wouldn't get caught. When the watch light went by the cabin that David was behind,David scurried over to the spiky fence and jumped over it.
As soon as I escaped from the prison camp I was anxious that if one of the guards would catch me. I then got to the thicket beside the big oak tree. I was afraid weather there was a bomb or bullets inside it but I had to figure out what was in it for all I know it could be food or water. I tried to open the bundle of stuff but my hands fumbled as I tried to untie the big knot. As I got the knot untied I was thrilled what was inside there was a loaf of bread, a bottle water, a pocket knife, soap & a packet of matches. While I gathered the stuff back into the blanket I just realised nobody had caught me yet. As I ran through the fields at night and slept throughout the day, I had realised I ate all of the bread and drank all the water in just three days. I was sad that I had been so foolish to eat and drink all my stuff. I had to survive without food or drink for a couple of days. After two days of no food or drink I came to a camp site and I saw fire and food and drink. I was happy I just took some food and a drink. I just hoped that it would last me longer this time. Now on with the journey I go…….