Monday, August 10, 2009

Street Violence

Chapter One

One day in the City of New York, Bonnie Reed, a 16 year-old girl in Harlem was in her house when she heard bang and loud kids in the street. She wanted to move out to be safe from the all the violence that she encountered during her life.
It was Sunday morning, and Bonnie as gotten dressed for church. Before she left for the late service, she ate lunch at the store and took a sip of her beverage. She was a Christian, and member if the F.A.M.E Bethel Church. Until then, her friend had come to see Bonnie. Her name was Chanel Jones, a street hustler and a friendly neighbor.
“Hey, Bonnie! What’s up?”
“Hey!” said Bonnie.
Chanel’s cell phone rang in the backpack she usually carried all day. IT was her annoying brother on the phone telling her to feed him.
“So, anyway, I got to go. My brother is waiting for me.” Chanel said
“Alright now, no problem” Bonnie said as she shook her friend’s hand
Bonnie was going home after she left from church towards her brownstone on the east side.

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