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  • Exposition
  • I'm Martin
  • I'm John
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • Martin Johnson and John Fuller meet at a public track near their houses in the morning. Martin tells john that he got mail from the government that was originally for John. Martin opens the letter and reads to John,"John Sky Fuller, we have received a message from the president stating,'John Fuller you must run a marathon in the dark. Don't ask me why;its just business.'"
  • Climax
  • 3...2...1...GO!
  • John tells Martin that Martin knows he's scared of running in the dark. But Martin warns him that if he doesn't want to run, he has to sacrifice his freedom. So he predicts that John is willing to sacrifice his freedom.
  • Falling Action
  • Because John is scared of running in the dark, he sends an email to the government saying h doesn't want to run, and is willing to sacrifice his freedom. The next day, the government came to John's house and took him to a secret room underground with only a bed and a bathroom, as if he were in prison.
  • Resolution
  • After 2 weeks, John finally agrees to running the marathon in the dark and when they bring him to the race, Martin is there counting down for John to start.",GO!"
  • After Martin says "GO"John turns around jumps over the old metal fence and heads home.When John gets home,he packs his bags and luckily for him, no one is home,and he gets in his moms car and drives away with Martin.
  • Fortunately,John and Martin get a one way ticket to Spain,find a nice home,get a job and thankfully the government never found them.So,John and Martin lived a happy, peaceful life together as friends.To this day,John has given up running for life.
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