The General

Here is a paragraph that I wrote for school. It is a character sketch of a fictional character in our LEGO town named General Rose Icee Wilkins Spinner. Enjoy!


    A stern, impenetrable look is pasted on her face and she speaks with a voice that demands attention and obedience. Hard work and determination have brought her to where she is, and she expects nothing less from those under her. She always takes charge and can not stand anyone who is indecisive or cowardly. She is bold and never afraid to be in the midst of a conflict, whether it be a war or a simple disagreement. Any disrespect or disobedience is absolutely forbidden–it never was accepted and it never shall be. She is unflappable, unchangeable, and to some people she is confusing or exasperating. She refuses to concede to anyone, and that stubbornness can sometimes be a fault.  She is proud of her rank, prestige, title, and cause–never shall she let someone take them from her. She sees things as they are–no exceptions, no allowances. What is right or wrong, fair or unfair, useful or useless is decided firmly in her mind, and once she has made up her mind, no one can change it. She always wears a mask of seriousness, and only those who truly know her can ever see behind that mask and know her true feelings. Everyone else only knows one thing about her–she is the general.

Faith Williams
I am a nineteen-year-old girl who loves to write, especially fiction. I write many stories and poems. I usually have a moral or lesson behind my writings, for I hope these stories and poems, which Yehovah (God) helped me to write, will glorify Him as I share them on this blog. Welcome to my blog and I hope you enjoy your stay!


  1. Faith, you just continue to develop in your writing abilities! You were very descriptive about the general, in just one paragraph!

    I wish I would have had the writing skills that you have, at your age. Keep growing and honing your writing talent! I’m proud of you! 🙂

    1. Thank you! I am glad that my writing skills are improving. 🙂 You should have seen my first story–it was horrendous! But I was only about seven at the time, so that’s okay. 🙂 It’s taken a lot of work (an editing) to get me to where I am. To Yehovah be the glory!

  2. Thanks for sharing how far you have come, with the Father’s help! (and your mom’s help too…she is an awesome proof reader, by the way!) 🙂

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