Crying Essays & Research Papers

Best Crying Essays

  • People Crying - 475 Words
    Mid-term Essay - Men crying - revise Name: Bryan Class: 6B If your male friends are crying, what will you do? Laughing at him or trying to console him? John smith said that “in women, crying is excusable; however, in men, crying is a mark of weakness.” Nowadays, the society both allow men and women to cry. However, when men cry, people will feel that men are not strong anymore, but when women cry, people will console them and try to help them. I agree with Smith’s argument. I think crying in...
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  • The Crying Baby - 1149 Words
    As a pediatric nurse, I could never understand how or why a parent could or would hurt a child, especially an infant. They are so small, gentle, soft, cute, cuddly, and vulnerable. This lack of understanding soon became clear to me. My second son was a crier, big time. It started on about the eighth dayhome from the hospital. I was playing trains with my oldest son (who was three at the time). Connor began to “fuss” in his bassinet. So I got up to check on him, I changed his diaper, breast fed...
    1,149 Words | 3 Pages
  • Picnic: Crying and George - 733 Words
    piNarrative writing. It was the 4th of July, 2000, America’s Independence Day. As usual on every Independence Day since I was five, George and Terry, my two best friends, and I, went on a picnic. I diligently carried out my household chores, packed my picnic bag and off I went to collect my friends. “It is going to be a beautiful day,” I thought to myself as I rode down my neighborhood street on my beat-up Schwinn. Unknown to me, I was to learn that day that the good die young. George and I...
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  • Crying and Best Friend - 711 Words
    “I don’t care if you on the run, baby long as I’m next to you” as Beyonce sung, December 14 in concert at the Yum Center get your tickets quick this is a guarantee sold out event said DJ Jerry on the radio. When I heard that I instantly called my mother to tell her I had to go see Beyonce in concert, she was coming the day before my birthday. My family knows how much I love listen to Beyonce, she’s my girl. I was so excited that Beyonce was coming to Louisville; I called all my friends...
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  • poem - 251 Words
    The Marvellous Lynx The agile feline of snow; graceful as the arch of a rainbow. The beautiful Lynx, a.. wonder of the world; like the Great Sphinx. An astounding creature, indeed it is; the variety of its species… adds to the amazing beauty of the remarkable lynx. An opportunistic predator, I would hide, if its prey I were. Sly as a fox and clever as a witch, this brave feline is as sneaky as a snitch. A solitary animal,...
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  • Analysis- Home They Brought Her Warrior Dead
    HOME they brought her warrior dead: She nor swooned, nor uttered cry: All her maidens, watching, said, 'She must weep or she will die.' Then they praised him, soft and low, 5 Called him worthy to be loved, Truest friend and noblest foe; Yet she neither spoke nor moved. Stole a maiden from her place, Lightly to the warrior stepped, 10 Took the face-cloth from the face; Yet she neither moved nor wept. Rose a nurse of ninety years, Set his child upon her knee-- Like summer tempest...
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  • tears, idle, tears - 368 Words
    Tears, Idle Tears In the short story, “Tears, Idle Tears”, the author Elizabeth Bowen uses an indirect method of presentation for the portrayal of Mrs. Dickonson as a cruel and vain woman who is trying to make her emotionally sensitive son into a stronger man. One can see the type of person Mrs. Dickonson is through her speech and actions. The way she speaks to her son Frederick is cold and calculating. She does not bother to worry about his feelings but rather belittles him. For...
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  • The Garden Party - a Short Story
    Patricia Villalba Mr. Moreno AP Lit/Comp, Period 3 10 June 2012 The Garden Party The wonderful short story “The Garden Party” found in Chapter 27 of the book How to Read Literature like a Professor shows the maturing of a young woman. The main character, a vibrant girl named Laura, takes on big responsibilities and sees how hard the world can really be. She goes through a series of test that introduced her to growing up, such as planning a garden party and helping out her neighbors during a...
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  • All About You - Essay
    Although its New Year’s Eve, I don’t know what I want to do anymore. What could or would happen in the new, upcoming year? Is it ever going to stop? Will something be done to stop it? I don’t know anything anymore… At first it was just about our education, now it’s gotten worse. It’s happening non-stop. We hear more shouts, cries and there’s nothing we can do to help HER. Today, in the kitchen, he slapped one of us just because. I peeked from the library. SHE was busy but managed to stop...
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  • Permanent Stain - 442 Words
    Permanent Stain I stood peeking through the small living room doorway and watched my mother beat my sister. My mother had a full grip of her hair in one hand, and a thick, coiled wire in the other. She took a blow to her delicate skin, releasing all of her held in anger. I see my sister curled up on our dirty, kitchen floor, trapped between our wooden door and filthy fridge. I hear her cry as if she cried her lungs out for a stop to the blows she’s forced to take, and for a stop to the...
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  • Attachment Observation - 579 Words
    Attachment Observation I observed a 27 month old boy at the a day care center. There were 20 other students present during my observation. I observed this child for approximately one hour in the morning and thirty minutes later in the day. During both of the times I was observing the child he had several crying spells. He would not play with the other children. When the class went outside he wanted to stay next to the caregiver and not interact with the other children. When the other...
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  • Autobiography of a Coin - 396 Words
    Autobiography of a Coin I was born in Mint near Mumbai. I am twelve years old and I was sent to Kolkata from Mumbai. You know who I am? Guess! I am a two rupee coin. I am telling you the days that I nearly spent. When I was made I was bright and shiny, but the man who was carrying me was careless and dropped me accidentally. I was sad. No one saw me and walked over me, without noticing me. Soon my shine also faded away. Days passed and I still lay in the corner unnoticed. But one day a...
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  • The Body Essay - 581 Words
    People cry for endless amounts of reasons: pain, sadness, sickness, and even happiness. In The Body by Stephen King, a motif of crying is used throughout the novella. Teddy is moved to tears when someone insults his father. Chris cries because he realizes he cannot be a hero. Gordie has tears because he ultimately realizes what Chris said about the body is true. In this novella it becomes apparent that the crying motif reveals insights into our major characters. Teddy, the boy with...
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  • Forgive My Guilt - 428 Words
    Forgive My Guilt Forgive my guilt written by Robert P. Tristram Coffin is a narrative poem written in the 1st person that uses metaphors and similes to tell the story of a man who is regretting his past when he used to kill birds. It is written in flashback because the persona wrote the poem as an adult with hindsight at his childhood how he used to lay on the frost flow with his gun being prepared to shoot. The poem is mostly about channeling emotions as the boy in “Forgive my Guilt” wanted to...
    428 Words | 1 Page
  • Personal Connection The Book Thief
    Personal Connection Jiyeon Min (Fan Fiction­The Death) The Death sat beside Liesel and breathed. An air of sadness rushed into his lungs, which seemed to choke the oxygen out of his body. But it did not bother him anyways so he just enjoyed the sensation of draining oxygen. However the only thing that bothered him was the taste of sadness that lingered on top of his tongue that lead deep into the lungs. Black ...
    1,069 Words | 4 Pages
  • Classical Condtitioning - 376 Words
    Review1: The last three times that four-year-old Theresa visited Dr. Lopez for check-ups, he administered a painful preventive immunization shot that left her in tears. Today, when her mother takes her for another checkup, Theresa begins to sob as soon as she comes face to face with Dr. Lopez, even before he has had a chance to say hello. 1. The painful shot that Theresa received during each visit was a(n) _Unconditioned Stimulus____ that elicited the __Unconditioned Response__,...
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  • Tears and Grief - 620 Words
    The Lesson “Your father’s gone,” my bald headmaster said. His shiny dome and brown tobacco jar Splintered at once in tears. It wasn’t grief. I cried for knowledge which was bitterer Than any grief. For there and then I knew That grief has uses – that a father dead Could bind the bully’s fist a week or two; And then I cried for shame, then for relief. I was a month past ten when I learnt this: I still remember how the noise was stilled in school-assembly when my grief came in. Some...
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  • Forgive My Guilt - 881 Words
    Forgive My Guilt Poem Analysis Who was the poet who wrote the poem “Forgive my Guilt”? Well the poet who wrote the poem “Forgive my Guilt” was the American poet Robert P. Tristram Coffin. Robert was born on March 18, 1892 at Brunswick, Maine. Robert won the Pulitzer Prize for his poem “Strange Holiness” in 1936. His poems were based on New England farm and his voyage life. His poems were committed to cheerful acts for the world. Sadly Robert died on January 20, 1955 at Portland, Maine. In the...
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  • Lord of the Flies Essay - 271 Words
    Lord of the Flies Essay In the novel, Lord of the flies, the most surprising thing i found was that in an interview with William Golding and Jack Bile, they came to conclude that Ralph was crying for piggy, even though "he should have been crying for Simon." I firmly disagree with that statement for the following reasons. First off, Ralph symbolized fairness and equality, while piggy was just a stereotypical "nerd", so it seems reasonable when both have the utter most respect...
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  • The Graveyard - 288 Words
    “The Graveyard’ She wandered the hollow streets not knowing where she was going. She was sad. Cold air whiffed through her and the smell of decay lingered on her nose. That snapped her back to reality. There, she stood surprised where she landed. She stood on top of a hill. The hill’s view was beautiful but at the same time, terrifying. The hill was surrounded by tombstones. Some were with flowers and some were not. On a distance, was a small church. It’s windows were tinted with different...
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  • Narrative Writing: 900 Words
    Gina Narrative Writing: 900 words She read the text message on her phone. She paused, gasped and took a very deep breath. “Why is this happening to me?!” she screamed as tears ran down her soft pale face. She got out of her old beat up car and ran to her room, slamming every door in her path. As she laid in her bed, sobbing into her feather pillow, she wondered if this was the time for her to die. She has been dreading this day for over two years now, and finally it is here. Every...
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  • A House on Fire. Essay - 353 Words
    Soon I was at the place. Already a large crowd of people had gathered near a big building which was on fire. Flames were rising high. People were running about confused. The cries of children got mixed with the shrieks of women. It was really a heart-rending scene. Soon the news spread. Some boy scouts arrived at the scene. They at once set to work. They brought pails of water from the tap nearby and threw it on the flames. Some of them brought bags of sand. I, too joined in the work....
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  • Descriptive - 783 Words
    Kelsey 8 October 2013 Descriptive Paper The Intoxicated Drunks “Why am I naked? Why my throat is sore and why is there puke all over me? Where am I right now and why am I here?” These are the types of question that an intoxicated person usually find themselves asking after they have been drinking the night prior. Strolling into the after prom party, pass midnight; my friends and I enter through these gigantic mahogany doors into a house from the 21st century one that looks like Tony...
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  • Titanic Paper - 1104 Words
     My name is Eleanor Roster and I was eight years old when it all went down. I remember it like it was yesterday. I feel like those three, long, dreadful, cold hours just play over and over in my head constantly. I just remember hearing screams, and workers saying, “Women and children first!” I was a first class child, I should have been on a life boat first! Even when I think about it, it stirs up all of my anger, tears, and the need for revenge. I should have lived, I shouldn’t have frozen...
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  • Purpose and Pattern Analysis of “Salvation”
    Purpose and Pattern Analysis of “Salvation” “Salvation” was written by Langston Hughes. The essay recounts the story of Hughes’s loss of faith. Hughes, who is “going on thirteen” at the time, attends a church revival with his Auntie Reed. He literally expects to see Jesus at the revival because the adults in his life have told him that he will see Jesus. Eventually, Hughes and Westley are the only two boys left on the “mourners’ bench” . Westley, tired and frustrated, lies and is...
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  • My Father - 290 Words
    Ryan Beck My Father’s Journey into the Darkness 6/9/13 P1 English Sestina After I was born my Father Cried sorrowful tears For he feared his loved ones would be sad. For he would be taken And he would be gone And so began my father’s journey into the darkness alone. He tried to think of us alone It only pained my father It made us both cry tears But one day he told me not to be sad “For he had to be taken, and that it was okay for him to be gone.” But I started to...
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  • Descriptive Essay House on Fire
    descriptive essay house on fire The House on Fire That cold night of December 2004 had left behind a memory which will stay in my mind for a never ending period of time. That night was not the same as the rest of the days in my life. Instead of going to bed, that night I was standing in the middle of the road, in complete terror. My heartbeat was...
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  • Short Story Cxc - 735 Words
    hort story Best Short Story for May/June 2010 English A Exam Written by: Zoie Hamilton of Washington Archilbald High School, St. Kitts and Nevis By Curtis Johnson in Form 4/5 Business 1 (Files) · Edit Doc Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate® May/June 2010 English A Examination Quesion5: It was the middle of the mathematics class. Mrs Taylor our teacher suddenly collapsed and sprawled unconscious on the floor. It was terrifying. Write a story which includes these words. ...
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  • Hypocritical Holden - 1009 Words
    Hypocrisy is found in all of us. Many of us have things about ourselves that we don’t want to share with others, and try to hide; perhaps we are trying to hide our hypocrisy. In The Catcher in the Rye, J.D. Salinger expresses through Holden Caulfield that hypocrisy results from not being able to connect with others. Although Holden accuses others of being phony, in reality, Holden is a phony himself and as a result of his hypocrisy, he is unable to connect with others,...
    1,009 Words | 5 Pages
  • Classification Essay About Movies
    People these days have been looking for entertaining methods to waste their time. not like the old days where there was no computer games or numerous malls and amusement parks. but, there's one common thing that people years ago and people nowadays do. which is watching movies. And don't tell me, what if someone doesn't watch movies, because it's for everyone! If one likes to laugh they would choose to watch comedy, which is the first category i'll be talking about. big mama for example, is a...
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  • Best Christmas Ever - 333 Words
    Best Christmas Ever! Every year I have a great Christmas spending valuable time with family and friends. This past Christmas was the best I’ve ever had. I received the best unexpected gift ever! It all started when everyone in my family came to my house early Christmas morning for breakfast. After breakfast we started passing out gifts. First, we would usually go in a huge circle and everyone would open one gift at a time. This time was different and very odd to me. My family would let...
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  • shabba - 281 Words
    Ikemefuna stays with Okonkwo’s family for three years. He seems to have “kindled a new fire” in Nwoye, who, much to Okonkwo’s pleasure, becomes more masculine in his attitude. Okonkwo knows that his son’s development is a result of Ikemefuna’s influence. He frequently invites the two into his obi to listen to violent, masculine stories. Although Nwoye misses his mother’s stories, he knows that he pleases his father when he expresses disdain for women and their concerns.To the village’s surprise,...
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  • Morning in Nagrebcan - 1288 Words
    Scribd Upload a Document Search Documents Explore Sign Up|Log In / 8 Download this Document for Free him with his fists.He accompaniedevery blowwith a curse."I hope you die, youlittledemon,"he said between sobs, forhewas crying and he could hardly see. Ambowriggled and struggled and tried tobite Baldo's legs. Failing,he buriedhis face inthe sand and howled lustily. Baldo nowleft him and ran tothe black-spottedpuppy which he caughtup in his arms,...
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  • Poems About the Lottery - 543 Words
    The Lottery Limerick In a village there was once an annual lottery Where winning wasn’t exactly lucky For the winner was stoned, And in pain they groaned Dying as victims of assault and battery. Anonymous The Cruelty of the Villagers(Tanka) I saw her fall dead With stones raining upon her No one tried to stop Grateful their names were not drawn None were saddened by this loss. Anonymous Ode to Tessie Hutchinson When I think of her, my heart aches As though hemlock I have...
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  • tears idle tears - 364 Words
    Tears, Idle Tears by Elizabeth Bowen Themes Themes and Meanings (Comprehensive Guide to Short Stories, Critical Edition) print Print document PDF list Cite link Link “Tears, Idle Tears” is about innocence versus experience; it is a coming-of-age story about a young boy’s feelings being ignored by one member of the adult world and being restored by a stranger. Frederick is made to feel so bad about disgracing his mother when he cries that he withdraws within himself and becomes apathetic, but...
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  • My Sister - 525 Words
    I was three years old sitting in my front yard when one of my older sisters friends frantically comes out of nowhere and starts screaming incredibly loud towards me. I was only three, and had no idea what she was talking about. All I remember is her being completely bitter. So I was hopelessly sitting there taking it all in. Which is where my older sister Brooke burst in front of me with extreme anger and starts screaming right back at her and tells her to get lost. I felt so protected and safe...
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  • Uc Prompt 1 - 551 Words
    UC Prompt #1 (648 words) I never really paid much attention to the kid in the mirror until I was in the sixth grade. On that day, he came to me crying, uttering words of apology between each sob, his hand clenched in a tight fist, his knuckles blood red. I assumed that the blood must have been from someone else; otherwise he wouldn't be apologizing. I did my best to comfort him, consoling him whenever I could. He immediately became attached to me and promised me another visit soon. The...
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  • House of the Scorpion - 357 Words
    House of the scorpion 1. The story takes place in the fictional country of Opium. This country is located between the United States and Mexico. Opium, was established by a powerful drug lord named El Patron (which means "the boss" in Spanish). This story also takes place in the poppy fields, where Matt first lived. It also takes place in Alacarian Estate. 2. Matt- Matteo Alacarian, a clone, a very nice boy, but cries a lot. El Patron- The real Matteo Alacarian, a powerful drug...
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  • Narrative Essay About Grandmother Passing Away.
    Forever Remembered I knew that after walking into room 113 my life was going to be changed. I saw nurses saying, “sorry”, familiar faces with tears falling fast from their eyes, and arms opening wide for hugs. I knew something was wrong as I saw her lying still in her bed, eyes closed, and arms crossed over her stomach. Grandma Dorothy’s second stroke had slowly taken her life. Later, I wake up to my dad flicking my bedroom light on and him standing tall in my doorway. I could tell by the...
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  • frida - 1515 Words
     1 “The Broken Column” You can’t begin to comprehend what hell is until you’ve walked in her shoes. The demons that consume her soul plague her every waking hours and terrorize the only shroud of sanity she has left. The desolate land engulfs almost, but not quite, her entire being. Tears stream from her stony eyes and blood from her wounds like the raging River Styx...
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  • Personal Essay On The Ballad of the Sad Cafe
    Personal Essay On The Ballad of the Sad Café Reading The Ballad of the Sad Café was a very enlightening experience for me. I was completely absorbed into the dark and isolated town of Cheehaw and the events that played out in it. Various characters in the novella repulsed me, such as Cousin Lymon, who was utterly callous and manipulative, and the small-minded townsfolk. Elements such as Miss Amelia’s heartbreak and loneliness, the complete isolation and joylessness in the town also saddened me...
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  • Midterm Break - 717 Words
    Midterm Break Midterm break is a poem that delivers the scene of a funeral in short snapshots narrated by the estranged boy whose brother has died. The title itself implies a disturbance of some sort, a ‘break’. However, it does not give the full meaning of the disruption felt by the boy and the titles’ meaning is shown in full only by the end of the poem. The boy in the poem’s aimless and confused outlook about what happened is told to us by his impassive style of narrating- he ‘sat all...
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  • Catcher: Tears and Holden - 504 Words
    Catcher in the Rye Chapter 23-24 1. Holden breaks into tears after his confrontation with Sunny and Maurice in chapter 14. Another time when Holden is crying is when he leaves Pencey. In chapter 7 pages 52 Holden says “I was sort of crying. I don’t know why”. The only real connection I can make about the two evens in which Holden cries is the loss of something. In this case, it was not his loss, it was Phoebe’s. Phoebe gave him the Christmas money that she was saving. Holden saw it as...
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  • marigolds - 403 Words
    Tuyen Pham Engl 121 K.Kennedy Week 1 Marigolds by Eugenia W. Collier (1969) What change does the main character experience from the beginning of the story to the end? From the beginning to the end of the story, the main character experiences her time when she was changing from child to woman. Growing up during the Great Depression in impoverished rural of Maryland, her family had been living through poverty and financial struggles. She was fourteen going on fifteen by that time so she...
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  • A difficult time in life - 312 Words
    A difficult time in life-(fiction) On the 15th of July, 2011 the day my dearest grandmother passed away. “I’ll always be with you”, her very last words. I still vaguely remember clutching her hands, weeping, begging her not to sleep but now its nothing more than a vivid memory 2 years ago. Yet her face still haunts my once pleasant dreams. Her presence still lingers in my heart. My grandmother’s belongings reminisce bringing me more anguish. School became a hassle...my friends became...
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  • The Long-Suffering and Self-Pitying Odysseus. The Odyssey by Homer This essay anaylyzes Odysses' character and his worth as an epic hero.
    The Long-Suffering and Self-Pitying Odysseus What would it take to make Odysseus, the renowned warrior and the pride of all Greece, cry uncontrollably? Surely, he must be put through some sort of extreme physical pain that no other mortal could survive or perhaps he is even forced to watch the horrendous slaughtering of his comrades. But more often than not, it is only mere words and memories, driven on by self-pity, not atrocities committed against his crew, that make Odysseus cry. Instead of...
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  • A Ghost Story - 615 Words
    A GHOST STORY This is a real story that happened to me personally a few years ago. It was Saturday, a very sad day, as it was the day of one of my friends funeral ceremony. All day long from morning till evening, I and Sonam, who were his best friends, worked in his house, helping his parent to finish his ceremony. We returned to my home very sadly in the evening. It was cold and the rain drizzled, the wind blew gently outside the house, at the time when we reached home. We took our...
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  • A Lesson in Life - 731 Words
    A lesson In life I had not once learned valuable lessons in life. One of the life lessons that I learned is to be thankful and appreciate for those that around me. Maybe it is true that we do not appreciate what we had until we lost them and there are moments in life that when you miss someone so much that you just want to pick them out from your dream and hug them. I did not experience these until my grandmother passed away....
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  • Synthesis: Virtue and Bowen Mrs. Dickinson
    Synthesis Essay on Mrs. Dickinson and Hester George Henry Lewes once said, “Insincerity is always weakness; sincerity even in error is strength”. In the story “Rocking Horse Winner”, by D.H Lawrence the mother Hester appears to be an ideal and caring mother, but in reality she is not. In the story “Tears, Idle Tears”, by Elizabeth Bowen Mrs. Dickinson (the mother) cares about how people perceive her in public more than her son’s emotions. Both Hester and Mrs. Dickinson are insincere but, Mrs....
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  • Funny Story - 1743 Words
    Funny Stories How They Forecast a Cold Winter One day in early September the chief of a Native American tribe was asked by his tribal elders if the winter of 2009/10 was going to be cold or mild. The chief asked his medicine man, but he too had lost touch with the reading signs from the natural world around the Great Lakes. In truth, neither of them had idea about how to predict the coming winter. However, the chief decided to take a modern approach, and the chief rang the...
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  • A Report on Enigma of Kasper Hauser
    The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser The movie is a fascinating story of a boy who has been chained in a room for many years. The boy's name is Kaspar and the movie depicts his encounters with people and his constant to fit in society. The scene where the captor tries to teach Kaspar how to write properly by luring him with the reward of a horsey if he wrote well , is quite interesting. It shows how Kaspar was locked up in the room with a toy horse and how attatched he has become to it. It shows...
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  • Stock of Descriptive Paragraphs - 607 Words
    Someone being bullied Smith was angry because Brian threatened him for not telling his bad behavior at school. His parents only knew that their son was obedient and honest. But if Smith did not tell the truth he would be suspected for stealing the toys at class. Only Smith could prove it for he knew where Brian hid the toys. His anger started to rise, seeing Brian showing his fist after class A fight Smith could not control his temper for being accused as a thief. He came towards Brian...
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  • A Devoted Son Ending Rewrite
    Ending Rewrite of the Devoted Son September 29th, 2012 “Papa, I have brought you a new tonic to help you feel better. You must take it; it will make you feel stronger again. Here it is. Promise you will take it regularly, Papa.” Varma’s mouth worked as hard as though he still had a gob of betel in it (his supply of betel had been cut off years ago). Then he spat out some words, as soft and sweet as roses, into his sons face. “If it will make me feel stronger, and better than for you I will my...
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  • Lord of the Flies Theme and Summary Chapter 12
    Summary: Ralph is currently hiding from the other boys and starts to think about everything that’s happened with Simon, Piggy and the rest of the island when he has an epiphany. He realizes that they have lost their civilization, their innocence and how savage everyone has really become. While he was running, he comes across Simon’s field with the lord of the flies (which now only has the skull on it – shows the time spent on the island). He removes the skull in a fit of rage and takes the...
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  • The Essence of Life - 1083 Words
    THE ESSENCE OF LIFE Life is a mixture of different experiences. Life is filled with happiness especially when we have lots of clowns or crazy friends. Life is a struggle. There are ups and downs in which you have to fight for the battle of survival. You have to strive hard to reach the top and leave the bottom. Life is not complete without problems. It molded us and molds entirely to become what we are now and better as we can be. Problems will not look like a problem if we are facing it...
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  • Smile-Tomorrow Will Be Worse
    Smile – tomorrow will be worse No one knows what will happen tomorrow. We do not know will we laugh or cry. But, what we can do is laugh. So, just keep laughing. Breathe deeply and live to the limit. This is the time when there are more bad people and things than good. The only thing that we sometimes keep is our smile. Happiness is sometimes very close, and sometimes far away from us. When we reach it, it tends to run away or just disappear. Happiness is when you laugh and when you fill...
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  • Bubbles - 496 Words
    BUBBLES …As the cool air whiff to my face, I can’t resist closing my eyes and pretending to fall into deep asleep, to fade all the pains and emptiness brought about my consciousness. But the sounds of the bird chirping and the touch of the cold bench where I am sitted made me realize that it is still a wee time since I got up from my bed. The moment I open my eyes, the intense feeling of loneliness filled my whole being as the tiny bubbles blown out in the air. Wondering where it came...
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  • The Happiest Moment in My Life
    Every man in his life faces the ups and downs. Sorrows and pleasures are two parts of life. In fact, life is full of bad as well as good incidents. Some of them are forgotten with the passage of time while others leave an everlasting impression on the mind. We do not forget them for the whole of our life. We enjoy the moments of pleasure while the moments of sorrow plunge us into despair. We cherish the moments of pleasure throughout our life. Such a moment came to me last year when I...
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  • Remember the Titans - 697 Words
    The Mystery of Mrs. Mallard “Mrs. Mallard died of heart disease—a joy that kills.” Knowing that Mrs. Mallard had heart trouble, her sister Josephine, broke the news to her as easily as possible that her husband had been killed. It was then that she wept and sank into an armchair her room. Was she weeping with tears of sadness or tears of joy? Mrs. Mallard and her husband had a strange relationship that left her feeling like she was free from prison. After the initial shock of being told...
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  • The True Essence of Christmas - 495 Words
    Gift to audience: "One starry night just before Christmas, a gift wrapper, ribbon, card and box were sitting beside the fireplace and a gift joined them.” Said Gift Gift sits beside other characters. Ribbon suddenly stands up. Ribbon to characters: "Christmas is only a few hours away from now, no one will notice us and as usual, we will end in the dumps." Ribbon to audience: Ribbon blurted out. Gift wrapper stands up beside Ribbon. Gift wrapper to characters: “I know right?”...
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  • 500 Word Short Story
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