Here is Molly's stunning piece of writing:
I could feel the mustyness of the wet trench tickling my nose. "All ready boys? Were going in..." I knew there was not turning back now... A sudden sudder shot straight up my weak spine, this was a matter of life or death... Suddenly a deathening boom shook the muddy trench, "Thats the sound of war boys.." Then I knew it was time.... " Over you go boys, its time to face the enemies." I shuddered in the freezing cold, knowing that I would soon lie on my death bed. The world kept on turning around me, I couldn't keep my balance. Before I knew it I was on the floor pouring blood. I dragged myself along the bloody battlefield, realising that my live was dangerously at risk. The floor shook violently as the terrific bombs exploded in the distance. I knew this was the end. Soon most of my team mate were lieing on the bloody battlefields with me, but some were still hanging on to there dear lives. Screams rattle my ears as was slowly dieing in pain and anger, I knew we were going to lose this dreaded war. Another bulit stuck me in the chest, I tried to scream for help but I simply didn't have enough breath.
And here is Isaac's wonderful piece:
I stood like a statue behind the only tree in miles. Suddenly flashes of light came past me, it was a bullet. I quickly got my heavily amoured machine gun out and started firing back, with my men all around me doing exactly the same. Many people were falling and dying, shouting out their last words at the same time. I could see a frightening Panzer tank charging over the hill. Steadily and slowly, its massive cannon was making its way around to shoot us. Was I going to die? Thankfully, one of my crew had brought a Sherman along to this attack. The Sherman happily (and luckily) fired directly at the Panzer and blew it up immediately! Our men quickly moved foward, we now had this one in the bag! With many people dead, we had won the battle at No Man's Land.
I'm hugely proud of the work both of you produced - well done!