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YADSF Short Story: To Never Return

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This is the end product of YASDF study. It included genre conventions and writing techniques. It had a believable protagonist and a descriptive short story.

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Her mother, Hyundai-Joo, sat on the old wooden floor, underneath the rusty broken window from which the rain was pouring in like water coming out of a shower head. Her tears shining from the moonlight met the puddle of water in her lap as she cried. It had been like this ever since Sunj-Jin had gone missing. "Get something to eat, Ma. I saved you some rice," said Bong-Cha in a monotonous voice as she picked up her mother and dried her with a blanket. "It's ok... daddy's fine," Hyundai-Joo replied while wiping her tears off and shivering from the cold breeze. Bong-Cha was only 16, but she knew all too well. She nodded, listening to her mother reassure herself, yet they both knew what was about to come. A moment later, there was a knock on the door. Bong-Cha quickly sat her mother down on a dry metal chair, picked up the dimly lit lantern...
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