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This is a fictional short story with literary aim The wind slapped forcefully against his face and the rain pelted his coat like little bullets as Glenn made his way to the old truck It is going to be a long night he thought as he hurried through the darkness towards the truck His hand found the door and he traced his way to the keyhole As he quickly unlocked the truck and scrambled inside he became conscious of the ominous and devouring black of the night Once the truck was start was started Glenn turned on the headlights and windshield wipers before maneuvering down the driveway The pale blue luminescence of the digital clock read 1040 reminding him he had twenty minutes to make the fifteen-mile frive to the airport There is no way he said out loud that I will miss my flight as he pressed down on the accelerator The impending appointment was the opportunity of a lifetime and one he could ill afford to miss If all went according to his carefully laid out plan he would finally land the job for which he had struggled to become qualified No more scrimping and barely making enough money too pay his rent and bills Landing this job would mean being able to buy a new truck instead of driving his heap of junk that broke down regularly Hell he thought I could buy two trucks and still have enough money to buy a house of my own He dreamed of how much better his life would soon be unconsciously pressing down harder and harder on the accelerator He drove as if he were a knife mercilessly cutting a path through the blinding rain Suddenly there was a tremendous thud and the truck jumped up and over something of considerable size Holy Christ I dont have time for a pathetic dead animal Glenn hit the brake
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