• Compare an Extract from Frankenstein and in Cold Blood, Focusing on the Theme of Wasted Lives.
    to the readers senses along with strong description, placing the reader there watching the action unfold in real time. This related to the theme of wasted lives in the way in which it describes the deaths of a family who were innocent in the whole ordeal. In FS we see reference to Paradise Lost...
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  • His Coy Mistress
    ashes all my lust" shows that all that the speaker has to offer her will be lost and wasted if she continues to spurn his advances and not take full advantage of the feelings they share. 2. Marvell uses imagery to show the importance of living for today because no one knows what tomorrow will...
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  • English Literature
    , smash the urn / I’m through with you / LA DEE DA / I don’t wanna be your just for fun / Don’t wanna be under your thumb / All I wanna be is DONE. / All I wanna be is DONE. // I wanna be DONE. I need a saving grace / A hiding place / I don’t have forever or time to waste / So don’t let me be lonely...
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  • Procrastination Is the Thief of Time
    profitably used is wasted. Time wasted is time lost forever. Hence procrastination, that is the habit of postponing things, is rightly called the thief of time. Sometimes a very heavy price has to be paid for delaying things. The person who delays insuring his house will regret it when the house is...
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  • The Time-Sweepers
    vast backlog of time which has been lost, wasted and thrown away over the holidays. It takes them around three weeks to resume normal service, which is why January always seems to last longer than other months. The time-sweepers have been around forever, though modern life has created wasted...
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  • Life
    "Be happy while you're living, for you're a long time dead." - Scottish Proverb Everyone says, "How the time flies." The days go by and they are years, and the years finally become our whole life. Each daily portion can be wasted, or it can be a pleasure, before it is gone forever. If a bedtime...
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  • Miss
    Isolated Alone Pushing everyone away Anger Giving up Consistent thoughts about the past Stressed Nobody could know how I feel Emotional Feels like I’ve wasted time Regret the way I’ve treated them (Guilt) Feeling Alone Isolated Lost Scared Mental breakdown Emotional Breakdown...
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  • A Bronx Tale.
    the time Calogero was angry but knew something was going to happen if he had stayed in that car. Sonny had saved his life. Calogero was horrified he had lost his friends but happy that he could live another day. Every day after that night Calogero used his talent and did great things for being a...
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  • Time
    for any appointment, however important it may be. It is too hate for us to learn, much to our grief that time and tide wait for no man. Due respect for time rewards us with wealth as well as success. When a work is delayed, the time which could have been profitably used is wasted. Time lost is...
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  • the end is near
    heavenly Father is crying up above watching us from doing things that's not can glorify thy name. Even by praying, just an hour ---is a waste of time that someone thinks!. God only wants to save us and be with Him forever because we are His sons. He is hurt when one of His sons are lost and He cries...
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  • Life
    My life is based upon two very simple, sweeping philosophies: pragmatism and idealism. I believe utterly in one of those old clichés : we are given only a limited time upon this earth and every moment wasted is lost forever. Therefore, I seldom engage in those things that I view as useless. The...
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  • Time
    . Sports, dramas, games and other physical activities or extra curricular activities like debates, drama, playing table tennis, etc. are very useful for providing relaxation to a tired brain due to bulky study throughout the academic year and not delayed till the last month before the examination. Students should always remember that “Time not spent in study is the time wasted” and that the time once lost is lost forever....
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  • Valu of Time
    waste of your life, or master your time and master your life. Lost wealth may be replaced by industry, lost knowledge by study, lost health by medicine, but lost time is gone forever. When a work is delayed, definitely somewhere time is wasted. Time once lost is lost forever. Many cases of...
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  • To the virgins to make much of time
    death. The poem has the theme carpe diem. The poem request that we catch the day, and live life to the fullest. “Then be not coy, but use your time, and while ye may go marry: for having lost but once your prime you may forever tarry”. We should not let anything get in the way. Human life does not...
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  • Work Essay
    redeployed to its proper place. Enemies could take advantage of the hole in our plan, and escape fire.  Lives could be lost, time wasted, and while the missing unit is incapable of providing support for their brothers and sisters in arms. The old cliché states that a chain is only as strong as its weakest...
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  • time
    chimes the hour. And, because of this, man alone suffers a paralyzing fear that no other creature endures. A fear of time running out” The Time Keeper by Mitch Albom. Time is very precious. It is the most valuable thing in this world. Once it is lost, it is lost forever and can never be regained...
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  • Ode on a Grecian Urn
    art. The poem explores the transience of the real world and the everlasting nature of the world of art. In the poem Keats describes an Urn he imagines it. He silences the Urn by calling it a “bride of quietness” as he wants to speak for it. The Urn, unravished by time has witnessed many eras (and...
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  • To Kill
    like to see so much pain So much wasted and each moment is slipping away I get so tired, working so hard for our survival I look to these times with you, to keep me awake and alive And all my instincts, they return And the grand facade, so soon will burn Without a noise, without my pride I...
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  • Shakespeare Love Sonnets
    something to realize how much it really meant to you. There is line where Shakespeare says “And with old woes new wail my dear time’s waste” but with explanation we understand he’s saying “And I sorrowfully remember that I wasted the best years of my life.”(Mabillard). Clarifying to us that this...
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  • Poem by Robert Herrich
    life itself. His calm and moralizing detachment from the personal environment pursues his own view of time and life.  Then not be coy but use your time,  And, while ye may, go marry:  For having lost but once your prime  You may forever tarry.  He urges young virgins to be held in the hand...
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