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The Power of Prayer Leaves of yellow red and orange that covered the ground on a warm fall afternoon Through the sky flew a blue Frisbee with a man striding quickly behind it determined to snatch the flying disk out of the air Screeching in the background someone yelled Stop Johnny Johnny looked back to see who yelled his name Out of the corner of his eyes two bright lights cut through the fog Bam Johnny was smacked by a black sports car that sped off without stopping No Steve screamed as he ran to help his best friend He collapsed near the injured body Johnny can you hear me Steve yelled in hysteria Johnny lay motionless in a crumpled disfigured ball He was barely breathing Steves mother Katherine was picking apples on the other end of the house when she heard the commotion She hurried to the scene and saw her son with a panicked bright red face peering over his best friends bloody irresponsive body Katherine then ran inside and called for the paramedics Johnny was rushed to the hospital Steve and his mother sat in the waiting room with its theme of warm calming hues of pink and green Steve was well aware of that room because of his numerous injuries last year in football which had ruined his promising junior year as starting linebacker He was wore grass-stained sweats and a baggy green sweatshirt Katherine was still sporting her dirty overalls and her blue butterfly sweatshirt The boy sat with his head buried in his hands looking down at the ground His mom squeezed her hips into the chair next to him She then perched over her child placing her tender hand on his back for support The kid gasped for air as he squeezed out This is all my fault I should have never thrown the Frisbee so far Steves mom took one look into her sons teary
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