pdsa1

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    ' The stage awaits'  Only the first padge will be posted.

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General details


  • pdsa1


  • Danielle Krupa

  • Castle School

  • Female

  • English

In short

  • I  love to write..
    and a novice in a Aminator theater Group and I volunteer
    in my local pdsa branch... Thursday's, Friday's and saturday's in the afternoon.

    I am currently doing a work trial in my local council post room..
    and currently looking for work.


    I hate child abuse!

    Her name was Auroura
    She was only five
    This is what happened
    When she was alive

    Her dad was a drunk
    Her mom was an addict
    Her parents kept her
    Locked in an attic

    Her only friend
    was a little toy bear
    It was old and worn out
    And had patches of hair

    She always talked to it
    When no one's around
    She lays there and hugs it
    Not a peep of sound

    Until her parents
    unlock the door
    Some more and more pain
    She'll have to endure

    A bruise on her leg
    A scar on her face
    Why would she be
    In such a horrible place?

    But she grabs her bear
    And softly cries
    She loves her parents
    But they want her to die

    She sits in the corner
    Quiet but thinking,
    "God, why? Why is
    My life always sinking?"

    Such a bad life
    For a sad little kid
    She'd get beaten and beaten
    For anything she did

    Then one night
    Her mom came home high
    The poor child was hit and slapped
    As hours went by

    Then her mom suddenly
    Grabbed for a blade
    It was sharp and pointy
    One that she made

    She thrust the blade
    Right into her chest,
    "You deserve to die
    You worthless pest!"

    The mom walked out
    Leaving the girl slowly dying
    She grabbed her bear
    And again started crying

    Police showed up
    At the small little house
    They quickly barged in
    Everything was as quiet as a mouse

    One officer slowly
    Opened a door
    To find the sad little girl
    Lying on the floor

    It must have been bad
    To go through so much harm
    But at least she died
    With her best friend in her arms

    If you hate child abuse, please post this on your profile.
    I am now working on five or six unWEbooked products all stories.
    Due to recent safety issue with the Internet mail I will not be adding and email address or my name.The poem above I take no credit for as another on did write this not me.I

  • Birthday: 8th March
    I am working behind the scene in Sodbury players Tuesday evening sometimes building sets.  Then saint peter's hospice charity shop, Yate  (washing the glasses and china.).
    Saturday. On Wednesday I also work in Pdsa Thornbury on the till. Visted my Gran on Thursday with my mum.
    Shopping on a Friday. Then church on Sunday.
    .............
    Also I know the Step daughter to a Walice and Gromit Script writer. We share the same birthday she is a year older then me and has down-syndrome.
    I'm a believer of God.

My Favorites: Reading and Writing

  • Fiction: Crime

    Non-Fiction: Humor

    Screenplay: Crime

    Poetry: General

  • Agatha Christie
    'Hercule Poirot
    Christmas' & 'Death one the Nile'


    Sherlock Homes ' The Hound of the Baskerviles'
    &
    ' The Speckle Band'
  • Anne Perry
    Dark Assassin (signed copy)
    ..........................................................
    It is a must read dark story a prefect book
    for Agatha Christie lovers and Crime Fiction fans. ( Read)

    I'm now reading 'Body of Evidence ' by 'Particia Cornwall'

    It is a very detailed if you enjoy a 'bloody crime scene...this is the book for you.

    Currently reading ' Quiet' by Susan Cain 
    ' The power of introverts in a world that can't stop talking.'

    The more I look the more I start to realise the physiology that this book runs on is very much the truth. We are surrounded by extroverts. Great read.

    Next book: little lies.
  • In my bed room,

    In the living room...

    outside on top of a hill.
  • Children's Books..
  • Fiction: Crime, Experimental, Mystery, Short Story, Teen, Urban, Women's Fiction

    Non-Fiction: Biography, Business/Money, Computing & Internet, Crafts & Hobbies, Entertainment, History, Memoir/Narrative Non-fiction, Music, Parenting & Family, Pets, Philosophy, Religion, Sex & Relationships, True Crime

    Screenplay: Comedy, Crime, Drama, Horror, Musical, War

    Poetry: General

  • Ms Lemon ( Hercule Poirot)

    CSI; Cathrine
  • Agatha Christe.
    Sir A.C Doyle
    Anne Perry
    William Shakesspeare.