Alone And Lonely Essay

834 words - 4 pages

"Just leave me alone!" I screamed to my caretaker as I walked into my room.

"Can you just listen to me?" Amanda, my caretaker, said in a soft voice. She started walking to my door.

"How many times do I have to tell you? I DO NOT WANT TO GET ADOPTED!" I slammed the door in her face and locked it.

"Don't you want a new started? After everything that happen to you?"

"No! I'm perfectly fine."

"Just give them a try. They won't hurt you."

"HOW DO YOU KNOW? HAVE YOU LIVED WITH THEM? NO! YOU DON'T KNOW A THING." I screamed in her face when I opened the door.

"Just try for god's sake!" I knew this would last forever and there's nothing I could do about it. So, I started to pack up my ...view middle of the document...

We started walking out and I started thinking. I'm just a 21 years old and I'm getting a child. I'm not even married for god's sake.

We walked into the adoption center and immediately a caretaker walked up to us.

"My name is Amanda! Are you looking for someone to adopted?" Amanda asked.

"Yeah, we are looking for a girl who is around the age 13 though 15." Liam said.

"Okay, we will get all the girls down here" Amanda said as she ran upstairs.

About 15 minutes later about 10 girls came downstairs and form a line in front of us. There was this one girl who stood out. I had a weird feeling about her for no reason. Her name was Amy and had beautiful blue grey eyes. They are full of emotion; beautiful, kind, emotion filled eyes; you can look deep into them and feel right at home no matter where you are in the world. Her hair was the color of brown. It seemed that she straighten it. Her skin was very pale and she wore baggy clothing. She didn't make any eye contact with us as if she didn't want to be adopted, which made me want to adopted her more. This feeling was so unusual. The lads probably had different girl in...

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