Letting Anger Out

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    Letting Anger Out

    Post by Guest on Sat 07 Aug 2010, 15:40

    Theresa sighed as she walked to the Room of Requirements, glad that her friends weren't around to see her so depressed. She passed the room three times, thinking about the letter, the voice and the book that she had read. When she opened the door, she saw the room covered in things that reminded her of her stupid, so called friend.

    She had read that muggles got their anger out in different ways, mostly violence. She walked into the room silently and walked to the far end where there was a muggle hammer. She needed to let out her anger before she screamed at someone or something. Even worse, before she cried or something, she winced at the very idea. She made sure that the door was locked before going to the first mini dragon statue and smashing the hammer against it. She smiled, muggles really knew what they were talking about, she did feel better. She saw a row of lockets on a table and sighed before smashing one, she hated that people could upset her so much.

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    Re: Letting Anger Out

    Post by Guest on Sat 07 Aug 2010, 17:05

    "Woah woah woah! Theresa, put the hammer down! Why are you crashing my stuff up?!"
    Cass' room was full of work from Uncle Bargy, apart from the plaster dragon statue- which Theresa had now broken. The lockets were there to be engraved upon, waiting for her other friends' birthdays.
    "Do you hate me or something? IT TOOK A LOT OF WORK FOR THOSE YOU KNOW!"
    Cass pushed Theresa out of the way and ran to the window.
    When Theresa didn't come to apologize- as she knew she would, she realised something was wrong.
    "Theresa?" she turned around slowly, and her eyes met Theresa's. Numb.
    "Oh Theresa." she wrapped her up in liberal amounts of love. "What's happened?"

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    Re: Letting Anger Out

    Post by Guest on Sat 07 Aug 2010, 17:10

    Theresa shook her head "the room made all this stuff so don't worry Cassi" she said as she put the hammer down on the table. "Nothing is wrong, I just wanted to calm down and the muggle book said that it helps if you break things, they are right" she said, shrugging as she looked back at the broken lockets and the dragon statue.

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