Griffith Barracks Multi-Denominational School

The Lift

By Beth

The Lift

By Beth

I was walking on the street on a Wednesday afternoon on my way to town to go to The Pottery Shop. When I arrived, I was on my way to the stairs when suddenly the stairs collapsed, the guard said it was no longer safe and I would have to take the lift, so I carried on walking until I reached the lift. When I got to the lift I pressed the button and carried on waiting until it came down for me. When it came down I saw that many people were already in there and so I squeezed myself in there and found myself a spot. There was an awkward silence so I decided to introduce myself to my fellow lift buddies. The lady in the grey suit looked at me as if I was an alien, I think she thought I was weird.

I looked at myself to see if she was right ….. she wasn’t. The lady who I was talking to pressed the button, well I think she was talking to me. I wanted to go to the top floor, which I explained to her but she seemed to have been pressing the second floor button. I told her she must have made a mistake but we were still going to the second floor. Suddenly the lift seemed to be going very fast, it was going down even though there was no floor down there. It was going so fast that it was blurry.

We finally stopped, there was a clown with a knife in his hand. He looked like a cereal killer. I looked at him, he seemed to be getting a box of cereal out of his pocket. They were Cheerios. Then, I saw him killing the cereal, with a knife he cut the Cheerio and gave us all a quarter. The cheerio was quite nice but I thought the ‘cereal killer’ wasn’t. He continued killing cheerios like normal cereal killers do. I tried to ask the lady next to me, who liked me (I think), to lend me her phone so that I could ring the police to tell them there was an injured cheerio, but she refused.

I walked out and it seemed we were actually on the first floor again and the stairs was as it had been before. I said goodbye to my lift buddies and headed off but right then the lift fell and it broke and all my lift buddies were in it. It turned out the cereal killer was just cutting open a box of cereal and it made a dramatic loud sound.

The End

07-February-19
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