Creative Story: Thriang Dood-Jackson

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Thriang Dood-Jackson:
REVENGE

“No, please, we will promise your deal! Just please don’t do it!”
“Aw, I just wish you said that a bit earlier. Your time has passed. Say bye!”,cackled Holsa Zespor as he flung the child of Hilyna and Ciracthrones Dood-Jackson. The child went flying straight into the nearby woods. He was armed with nothing but his nails and clothes, which he would outgrow soon. He crawled a bit of a distance, before he started feeling hungry and dizzy. The drugs weren’t doing him any good. He started to cry, but that didn’t help his dizziness. As he started to close his eyes to unconsciousness, he saw a wolf’s face.
10 Years Later……

He woke up that morning because of his mother’s sniff. Not his biological mother, but his wolf mother, who adopted him 11 years ago. She thought of him as her son, and although she didn’t provide him with food, she would give him shelter. As Thriang woke up, his stomach started to growl. He walked around 200 meters or so, until he reached the highway. He wore a weird
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Luker realized what was going on. He looked at Thriang and said, “Crushed your heart, eh?” Later, as they left back to the woods, Thriang saw an incredibly familiar car. They reached the woods eventually. There was a construction about start beside the woods. The same familiar car had arrived there. Thriang couldn’t believe his eyes. From the car walked out his parents!!!
He rushed straight to the car. In his mind was only one command…“KILL.” He took his knife out as his parents went toward him stretching their arms as they recognized him. He pushed them to the ground and roared, “WHY DID YOU DO THIS TO ME! WHYY!!!!” As he was about to stab them they screamed back, “We didn’t! We LOVED you! Please believe us..!” Thriang stood up from the ground still firmly holding his knife and stared at them with a questioned look. They then started their

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