|If I Were Left Three Days To See
Author: SoMuchForYOLO PM
What if you were left only three days to see? What if I was? This is what I will do if it really did happen. One-Shot. Doesn't mean it's crappy! R&R!Rated: Fiction K - English - Words: 323 - Published: 02-17-13 - Status: Complete - id: 3101893
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This is my first story on FictionPress. My two others are on FanFiction. Please don't be too mean.
If I were left only three days to see, I would want to see all of the wonders that Mother Nature created around me. All the animals, trees, flowers, lakes and creeks. I would try to absorb all the wonderful sights and brand them in my memory. I would gaze at all the gardens, forests, clouds and skies. I would spend these last three days to cherish the magnificent things called eyes God has given me so I could see.
If I were left only three days to see, I would want to see all the faces of all the people I knew. All the faces of my family members, friends, teachers, and most of all, myself. I would want to read all of my favorite stories and store each detail in my brain. I would try to learn braille before I turn blind so it will be easier for me afterwards. I would watch each and every movie I could think of. Play all the games I wouldn't be able to play.
If I were left three days to see, I would want to look at everything I ever saw in my life. Visit the places where I saw them. Take in everything, right down to the smallest details. They're really precious, my eyes. Although people might say that I take them for granted. I would never get used to not seeing. I would never get used to not being able to see all the things that surround me. I'll definitely lose it. Because no matter what, sight is really the most delightful of all senses.
I got the inspiration for this from Helen Keller. I thought that it was really hard for her to be both blind and deaf. It's short, but really difficult to write.