The Possibility of Evil By Ryan Shelast

The Possibility of Evil By Ryan Shelast
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  • I'm sorry but I can't let you! For the roses belong to Pleasant Street!
  • I couldn't Imagine it being in any other place than this!
  • Hey, those are some nice Roses! Do you mind if we take one?
  • I'll get it for you right away!
  • Hello Miss Strangeworth
  • What would you like today?
  • I would like some Chop, cat food, a tomato, and 1/4 pound of tea.
  • Hello Mr. Lewis
  • Miss Adela Strangeworth stepped daintily along main way street to the grocery store.  The sun was shining, the air was fresh and clear after the night's heavy rain, everything in Miss Strangeworth's town looked washed and Bright.
  • She knew everyone in the town of course. And she was particularly fond of telling strangers and tourists about her families history. Of her Grandfather building the first house on Pleasant street and how her grandma and mother tended to the same roses as she does today. Which the tourists always asks if they could have one.
  • Hey Lady! You dropped your Letter!
  • Finally she finished her walk and arrived at the grocery store. She said hello to the grocer Mr.Lewis and proceeded to order her items. She got her items and noticed that Mr.Lewis was looking tired. It seemed like everyone was having a problem these days!
  • Impossible! I left no Return Address!
  • After completing her errands at the grocery store, Miss Strangeworth returned to her flower scented home to write 3 , rude, nosy, and anonymous  letters to three people:  A pink letter to Don Crane, a green letter to Mrs.Harper and a blue letter to Mrs. Foster.
  • Hours later, when the sun began to set during the evening. Miss Strangeworth took her three letters from her house to the new post office to be delivered. When she got there, Dave Harris and Linda where talking to each other. Miss Strangeworth eavesdropped on their conversation, then proceeding to put her three letters into the postal box, dropping her green one on the grown without noticing.  After she proceeded to walk away, Dave called to her, but she didn't hear. So he proceeded to pick up the letter and deliver it straight to Don Crane.
  • In the morning, Miss Strangeworth woke up feeling happy, knowing that three people have opened and read her letters. As she walked past the front door, she noticed one of her letters on the floor near the mail slot. As she opened up the letter, she silently cried as she read "Look out at what used to be your Roses."
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