"Junk" By Joy Rayner

December 1, 2011
By NoobixCube SILVER, Phoenix, Arizona
NoobixCube SILVER, Phoenix, Arizona
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I am completely moved by Joy Rayner’s, fiction story, called “Junk.” I agree that what the little boy and the man did was wrong. Nobody knows why someone is homeless and they have no right to judge them. When joy Rayner said” no one even stopped to look at her,” the girl didn’t want much just a dollar or two or even a traded. The entire story was very moving but I think that last two sentences, “Who would want that piece of junk?” “It wasn’t the jewelry he was talking about.” wrapped up the whole story. Although this story is fiction, situations like this happens everyday. Thank you Joy Rayner, for this heart-filled story.

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