Pride and Prejudice
By Dejuon Pickett
The Rewriting of the First Ball
"Come on bro," says Mr. Bingley, "Why aren't you dancing? I hate to see you standing here alone looking stupid you should come and dance."
"Dancing with any of the dreadful girls at this dance would be like a punishment. The only girls that I would consider dancing with are your sisters and they are currently occupied."
"It's not that bad," cried Bingley, "There are many presentable girls here in this room. Some of them are actually quite beautiful."
"You are dancing with the best looking girl here," said Darcy.
"That's true but her sister over there is very pretty as well. Maybe I should introduce the two of you."
"Which one?" Cried Mr. Darcy
"Elizabeth," said Bingley.
"Oh, she's all right but she's not good enough for me though."