Write a full one page story about anything that has many characters. It can be about anything either for adults or children. it should not be from internet or any source.
An orphan named Pia lived in a small town with her aunt Melinda. The aunt had three daughters, Jenny, Joan, and Janet, who always bullied Pia at the slightest provocation. Pia was an obedient and hardworking girl who did everything the family wanted her to do, without complaining. Pia’s mother died in labor, prompting Pia’s father to commit suicide because he could not bear the pain of losing his wife. Pia became an object of ridicule and mockery and she was referred to as a bad omen and witch who killed her parents. Other girls in her village hated her and never socialized with her. Pia’s aunt denied her the opportunity to go to school, but when her cousins returned from school, she would sneak into their rooms, get hold of their books and try reading.
Pia’s closest companion was a little dog, Rufus, that she treated like a human friend. She would talk to it and even sing and dance with it. Playing with her dog was one of the things that gave her comfort and took her mind off her troubles. When her aunt, Melinda, realized that Pia’s upkeep was adding to her expenses, she threw her out on the streets, rendering her homeless. Accompanied by her dog, Pia walked from house to house begging for food and shelter. Luckily, she bumped into Mary, an old woman who offered to help her. The woman had one son name Madiku, who accepted Pia as a sister. Together, they went to school and did household chores. Pia was the oldest student in school, but that did not stop her from pursuing her dreams. Within a year she emerged top of the class, and through the help of her teacher, Mrs. Werth, she got a scholarship to pursue higher studies.
Today, Pia is back in her village, happily married to John, a successful accountant. She is a much sought after lawyer, making use of her resources to not only help those living in poverty but also by giving sound legal advice, especially to those who are exploited by the rich and unscrupulous.