He Stepped Onto the Train

It was a simple writing exercise. Everyone began with the same generic sentence and in 4 leaps of adding details, they expanded it into something entirely amazing. Let’s see what happened.

Starting Sentence: He Stepped Onto the Train.

 

1. He hopped silently into the long retired train hoping that no rusty metal gave his position away.
2. Having drawn his sidearm skillfully in front of him, he silently hopped into the cold, dreary train from the outside hoping that the rusty metals of the car didn’t give away his position.
3. Having drawn the standard issue gun he had taken from the guard he had disarmed at the gate, Sasha silently hopped into the cold, dreary train from the outside with a soft thud hoping that the rusted metals of the forgotten car didn’t give away his position.
4. Having drawn the standard issue gun taken from the guard he had disarmed at the gate, Sasha silently hopped into the cold, dreary train from the world outside which had turned on him. His thick soled hiking boots landed with a soft thud as he wasted no time quickly stalking forward the gun leading the way. His only hope now was that the rusty metals of the long retired car didn’t betray his position to the five, maybe six or seven agents who were overseeing his…..questioning. They thought he was still unconscious in seat 6B. They thought this train graveyard would hide the treason of their boss, the senator, but they were wrong.

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