Superpowers. (Did This Essay A Long Time Ago)

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It was a normal day the wind breezing on the east. The sun shining on the west and there I stood nothing to do in the park. I was waiting for my friends to play football but they never came. I started to climb onto the slide and slide down. While I was sliding down something surprised me the clock at the park said 7pm. I was supposed to be home at 7:15. I started to panic. I ran with a burst of speed to my house I stated to run on the sidewalk but didn't run at my full speed because I knew that I needed to pace myself.As I reached the turning into his house I saw a truck carrying chemicals. One of the chemicals fell of the truck and landed on me. I blacked out I just felt some hot extremely pain. I woke up and the next thing I saw was a white ceiling. I was lying in the hospital. The doctor came from nowhere and said its about time that you woke up. I replied asking him what happened to me. He didn't say a thing. I felt no difference. My mind was alright. Then the doctor said instead of the chemicals killing you it has given you some super powers which you cannot imagine.I stood there like shell shock. I was really perplex. I replied saying are you sure about this. The doctor gave me a nod and then I asked him what kind of super powers do I have. Strangely he replied that is for you to find out. I went out of the hospital with my parents still wondering what kind of superpowers does our son have.Well I demonstrated a few of my powers when we were coming back. When we were walking out of the park. A black dressed thief came up to my mum and snatched her handbag. I decided to go chase the thief even though he was going at a really fast speed which I could not outrun but I was mistaken. As I started to run I found out I was running as...

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