Enrique: A Fictional Narrative

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Once upon a time not so long ago in Granada hills lived a young man with a heart of gold. It was his first day of middle school and he saw all his old friends and made some new friends. Just like all of us he was nervous to start a new chapter of his life.

The first couple of weeks were really fun and mellow. He would bring allot of snacks and money to school, and he would share with everyone. If anyone in his class ever needed anything he would be there to help them. That was the person his parents had raised him to be. He had allot of friends and allot of people liked him. He was the nice kid that everyone liked.

Well,everyone except this one kid named Enrique. Enrique would bully this kid all the time. Enrique
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Out of all the friends he had, he likes this girl named Melissa. He thought Melissa was beautiful. Every time she would ask him for anything he wouldn 't hesitate to respond and make her happy. For most of the time he would just admire her without her knowing his true feelings for her. She 's all he thought about. Her beautiful eyes and hair, everything about her gave him butterflies. He was too scared to tell her about his fiery, passionate emotions of love towards her. Until one day he got the courage to tell her and ask her out. He was so nervous, his palms were sweaty, his knees weak, arms were heavy, he wanted to tell her already, but he was afraid that the effect would be deadly. He pushed all his thoughts to the side and approached her. His heart was pumping faster than a hummingbird 's. He told her " hey umm Melissa. Umm I like you and I just wanted to ask you that, if maybe, possibly, will you be my girlfriend?". He waited anxiously for her respond. She said no. But surprisingly he was ok with it he was just proud of what he has done. He was a little bummed but not to the point where it would affect his everyday …show more content…
He started the school year feeling angry. He felt like the world just took advantage of him. He thought that if he was too nice, people would step all over him. And like that his heart of gold turned into a heart of stone. For the rest of the year the boy was mean to everyone , even to his friends. He was especially mean to this girl named Emily. Through all this anger and bullying the boy had one best friend, her name was Chanel. Towards the end of the year the boy felt bad about everything he 's done to everyone. He felt like he didn 't have meaning and fell into a really depressed place. He was so sad that he overdosed on a bottle of pills. Thankfully he survived. When Chanel found out she was so mad. She loves the boy and really cared for him and made him feel important. He wanted to get better so he apologized to eveyone for everything he has done. Everybody forgave him. Even Emily. Emily forgave him. The girl he treated so bad forgave him.

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