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Ebrahim Chaudhry
Ebrahim Chaudhry
Beaconhouse Margla Institute
The Lost World
Published On Oct 13th 2016
Total Comments : 9
Total Views :  684
4 People Like this!

May 2017

Rank 7 Out of 10
One sunny day when Ahmed arrived from school, he was very tired and weary. After eating some food and doing a little bit of homework, he slept. He woke up after 2 minutes and found himself in an old dusty room. There was no scene of a window but there was a candle. Luckily, he found a match so he lit the half used candle. The door was made up of iron which was completely rusted. Ahmed then found the kitchen and there was no fridge. He then found a piece of bread. When he came out of the old deserted mansion, what he saw was swords and pistols looking as if there was a major war. After walking a couple of miles, he found a boy named Ali. When Ahmed asked Ali about what happened, Ali told him that there was a tragic war between humans and robots. So all humans present gathered secretly. They formed an army of 1000 robots and brutally beat the robots. After winning, a robotic voice echoed in his ear “hey wake up fast or you’ll be late !!!!” “Oh I was sleeping again.” He muttered.   
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Comments 9
ahmad Wonderful story I loved It keep it up and congrats for winning. Ahmad
Aug 31st 2018
Aiza Excellent work, congrats for winning Aiza
Jun 15th 2018
Ebrahim Thank you very much. Ebrahim
Jun 13th 2018
Ebrahim Thank you very much. Ebrahim
Jun 13th 2018
Fiza Love it. It's amazing and congrats for winning!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fiza
Jun 5th 2018
yashfeen Nice try and I agree with eliza Yashfeen
May 17th 2018
Yaseera ...nice and also congrats Yaseera
Sep 23rd 2017
Wania Nice try Wania
Feb 12th 2017
Aliza  Gud attempt but u might wanna improve Aliza
Dec 9th 2016

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