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Living My Own Legend

I recently found a short story that I meant to continue on with but never did. The story does end quite abruptly because it was never finished, but overall I am pretty happy with the writing considering how inexperienced I was when I first began writing it. Enjoy!


 

“Why did you change your name, Maurice?” My school counselor, Mr. Stephen, asked again.

“Okay, listen to me this time. Maurice Orca, verses Erik Quint. Which do you like better?” I say with a fatigued look on my face.

“Are you sure it’s not because of denial of your past, Maurice – “

“It’s Erik.”

“Erik, what doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger,” said Mr. Stephen, doing a terrible impression of Kelly Clarkson.
You see, my name used to be Maurice Orca, until I changed it to Erik Quint in seventh grade. One of the reasons why I did was because my parents were villains who got in a fight with The Man. Look, my parents were bad guys, and they robbed banks and did, well, bad stuff. They were doing one of their heists and were beaten by The Man, and three days later, I visited the morgue.  I have found that in this world you will do better if your last name isn’t the same as big time bad guys.

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J Jonah Jameson: A Triolet

J Jonah Jameson, a man who smokes a cigar and lights a fire under Spider-Man

Editor in Chief – Lovable Bigot in Chief

Part of Spider-Man’s life ever since he began

J Jonah Jameson, a man who smokes a cigar and lights a fire under Spider-Man

A rough-and-tumble father figure for Peter Parker, he is more than just a newspaperman

Always giving Spider-man’s good deeds grief

J Jonah Jameson, a man who smokes a cigar and lights a fire under Spider-Man

Editor in Chief – Lovable Bigot in Chief

J Jonah Jameson

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