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  • Sky and Beach - 1005 Words
    Waking up to the piquant mists of the beach, I instantly feel refreshed. A cool breeze blew by me taking my inner being with it. The multiple strands of hair crossed my face; the sun peaked above the horizon as if it was afraid to give out its rays. The scent of the salty sea tingled my nose and filled my lungs as I breathed in a gasp of fresh air. As the ocean mists splash gently across my face, it rejuvenates my body from the stress I had all year long. The sand was a field of corals, with a...
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  • the sky tree - 400 Words
    The Sky Tree as retold by Joseph Bruchac In the beginning, Earth was covered with water. In Sky Land, there were people living as they do now on Earth. In the middle of that land was the great Sky Tree. All of the food which the people in that Sky Land ate came from the great tree. The old chief of that land lived with his wife, whose name was Aataentsic, meaning “Ancient Woman,” in their long house near the great tree. It came to be that the old chief became sick, and nothing could cure...
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  • That Eye the Sky - 598 Words
    What do you learn about the narrator? The narrator is a young primary school boy named Ort. Ort lacks knowledge and education, as we can identify through the colloquial language of the text with phrases such as ‘orrright’ and ‘seeyaz’. Ort’s choice of words and behavior towards his mother as she tells him to hop on inside’ contrasts his childhood innocence, although a slight level of maturity is released when Ort quotes “stubbed toes are something you have to live with in this life” which are...
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  • The Night Sky - 1025 Words
    A short story I wrote back in the 6th grade. Only constructive criticism, please. __________________________________________________________ Dear Owen, That was a rough journey! Even making my way back to the hotel room alone was hard. For a moment I knew I wasn’t being able to breathe. I cant believe God had kept me alive for this. Our last meeting, a blessing! The night sky is gazing at me. The starlit sky, the most beautiful one I’d ever seen. It was the last twilit sky that I...
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  • The Night Sky - 543 Words
    The night sky is considered one of the most peaceful things in my life thus far. I love the night sky especially in my backyard but I am absolutely terrified of being outside in my backyard alone. Tonight I decided to go sit outside in the freshman quad and stair up at the sky. Today was a beautiful day out and the night was just as beautiful. For it being early march it was a cool almost summertime night. The Sky was clear, not a cloud to be found anywhere. The sky was a mixture of dark...
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  • Half the Sky - 285 Words
    11-22-10 Global Literature Quiz As we read “Half the Sky” we were able to get a taste of how difficult the lives were for the women that were a part of these terrible doings to women. Coming from a family in which the majority is women, I cannot bare to see any women put in the situations that these women were put in; the daunting thing about the whole situation is that these heinous acts still exist today. As for the question, why is the desperate state of women in impoverished cultures...
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  • A Gap of sky - 1828 Words
    A Gap of Sky A) Youth. It is a time, a state in life in which a person, who is not a child but still not an adult yet, is forced through many changes, physically as well as mentally. Age and responsibility are growing proportionally as well as the expectations from parents, school, friends and more. Youth is often characterized by independence, desire and by a struggle of individuality. Youth is like millions of traffic lights, switching colors in high speed and forcing you to hit the brake...
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  • Sky and Queen S Necklace
    In Mumbai, India, during the monsoon season, the beautiful rain continuously falls from the blue, gray skies. When one looks out onto the beautiful inlet of the Arabian Sea they feel at peace with the world. As you walk down the C-shaped, six lane, concrete road, known to all as Marine Drive, the sounds of passing traffic, calls of local fast food vendors, the billowing wind, and sound talkative tourists and commoners alike all blend together into the unique ambiance of South Mumbai. When...
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  • This Side of The Sky - 792 Words
    There’s another way to heaven I believe I know Look around So many pleasures for the taking I intend to stay in heaven While the sun is high Heaven has turned out to be This side of the sky There’s another way of thinking I believe in love I believe life should be lived before it’s over On this golden summer evening River flowing by Maybe heavens always been This side of the sky Never seen a place so peaceful Like a fairy-tale With no sign of any dragons in the forest...
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  • Balloon: Wind and Sky - 785 Words
    The little girl lay there, staring up at the huge expanse of blue above her. She could hear her mummy off to one side talking to a friend. They laughed. She wondered if the sky ever ended. “Sweetie!” The little girl sat up and looked at her mummy. She thought her mummy was very pretty. She liked the clothes mummy wore. She would be like mummy when she was older. “Sweetie, do you want a balloon?” She looked at where her mummy was pointing. An old wrinkly man stood there, holding a bunch of...
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  • Sky and Enormous Mickey Mouse
    Disneyland As I approach the lengthy line to enter the gates, I see children running around with Mickey Mouse ears on, mothers looking after her children, and fathers who are uninterested. The chime that rings as the turnstile turns with a feeling of excitement. The first thing to see is an enormous Mickey Mouse head made out of beautiful flowers on the grass area in the back of the train station. Walking through the dim tunnel, a new world awaits. Through the wide road of Main Street...
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  • Sky Diving Experience - 721 Words
    MY SKYDIVING RISK Through your life you come across a number of risks. Each risk you are faced with comes with certain choices and circumstances. Some risks are greater than others and it's up to you to decide weather or not the risk is worth taking. One particular risk that stands out most in my mind is the time when I went skydiving with all my friends. This event has greatly changed the way I view life. Ever since I first got introduced to skydiving I have had a fascination with the sky...
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  • Sun and Paradise Blue Sky
    Paradise Blue sky clear of clouds. Shining sun, brilliantly bright. Whispers of wind. Salty scent of the sea. Soft sand spread beneath my feet. My feet slightly slip and slide as I walk to one of the lounge chairs. My stuff is set on the sand. My sundress is stripped. My body is bare besides a bikini. I sit down and take in the view. Children playing in the sand. People splashing around in the water. Waves licking the sand as they dance. The water is a beautiful turquoise color, but becomes...
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  • A Gap of Sky: Summary - 974 Words
    A Gap of Sky Sometimes you forget what the essence of life is and what’s important to you. When you forget these things you easily get on the wrong track: you forget the persons that are close to you and you become oblivious to life and its goods. In the short story, A Gap of Sky, we are introduced to the protagonist of the story, the nineteen- year-old Ellie, who after a rough night with booze and drugs wakes up at 4.30 pm in her messy flat in London, to the tough realities of Monday. She...
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  • Arrogant Boy and the Sky - 297 Words
    Arrogant Boy and the Sky There once was a very arrogant and greedy guy. He would think that everyone would be below him and that he is the best out of all of them. He would love getting stuff, but nothing would be given in return from him. One day, while he was walking through the forest believing that he was the best, he reached a lake. The lake was called the Puddle of Gold. He wasn’t really sure why it was called a puddle but knew that there was something magical about this place. While...
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  • A Blizzard Under Blue Sky - 1
    Pam Houston has taught creative writing at Denison University in Ohio, where she completed her undergraduate studies, and her short stories have appeared in various literary magazines. Presently completing her doctoral studies at the University of Utah, Houston is also part of the world of women's fashion magazines as a contributing editor for Elle and a frequent contributor to Mirabella and Mademoiselle. For a number of years, Houston has also worked part-time as a river guide and hunting guide...
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  • The Woman Who Fell From The Sky by Joy Harjo
    Once a woman fell from the sky. The woman who fell from the sky was neither murderer nor a saint. She was rather ordinary, though beautiful in her walk, like one who has experienced freedom from earth’s gravity. When I see her I think of an antelope grazing the alpine meadows in mountains whose names are as ancient as the sound that created the first world. Saint Coincidence thought he recognized her as she began falling toward him from the sky in a slow spin, like the spiral of events marking...
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  • Blue Sky, Red Sunset, White Clouds
    When we look at the sky and see that it is blue or red what we are actually seeing is the sun's light reflected (scattered) from tiny particles in the atmosphere (these can be dust particles, water molecules, CO2 and so forth). The angle that the light is being reflected depends on the light particles' (photons') energy. Highly energetic (short wave length) light will be scattered at large angles. This is the blue light. At mid day, when the sun is directly above your head and you look at other...
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  • Significance of the Sky in Chumash Native American Religion and Culture
    The Chumash people are a group of Native Americans, originally inhabiting southern and central California coastal regions, as well as several islands off the coast. The ancient Chumash built plank boats, weaved intricate baskets, and painted elaborate cave and rock artwork. They were also known for their knowledge of astronomy and their cosmology. Celestial objects greatly influenced the culture and religion of the Chumash people. As in many early civilizations, the sky was a thing of wonder and...
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  • Characterization in Pam Houston’s “A Blizzard Under Blue Sky”
    Characterization in Pam Houston’s “A Blizzard Under Blue Sky” Houston’s “A Blizzard Under Blue Sky” explores and exhibits the idea of psycho-physical experience of being in the natural world to heal one’s psychological and emotional ailments through its invigorating contact. The narrative, by drawing on the theme of depression, relates how the narrator, seeing “everything in [her] life…uncertain” (Houston 185), goes winter-camping alone in the high country; undergoes a chilling near-death...
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  • Meaow - 539 Words
    Kaila Munson Munson 1 Professor Barbara Nelson-Burns English 1b 13 June 2013 1. Identify each location in the setting. At the beginning of the story the character describes southern california valleys, an orderly, structured place lacking the wilderness's freedoms. He then describes his home town in Wisconsin, with flowing hills and trees and beautiful skies. He elaborates on the fresh air and calm nature of his town as apposed to where he is at now....
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  • At the Beach - 831 Words
    AT THE BEACH(another) A draught blew by me taking my spirit with it. The strands of hair crossed my face; the sun peaked its way above the horizon as if it was scared to shed some light. The smell of the salty sea tingled my nose as I breathed in a breath of fresh air. The sand was a mine field of corals, with a collection of many different multicolored sea shells; however at the same time, the sand was a bed of blankets. The way the sand flowed onto my feet and out to the spaces between my...
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  • The Importance of Nature in Our Lives
    The importance of nature in our lives In old days we lived very closely with nature in one form or another. This was necessary, as we did not live in the sophisticated way we do at the moment, but by listening and feeling our connection with nature. By no longer doing so we have mislaid a lot of the ancient knowledge that we once had at our fingertips It was possible in the recent past to stand and look up at the skies, and see where the stars were and the story that they had to tell us!...
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  • Introduction to A Passage to India - 876 Words
     Comment closely on ways in which Forster introduces the setting of the novel in the opening chapter. Forster introduces his novel to us through the setting. He describes Chandrapore as an impoverished city whose pain and low life is shielded by a romanticized view of its British inhabitants. He describes the Indians as barely people who have very little significance and value. He does this through descriptions of the city itself and connecting it back to the people and poverty. Forster...
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  • smith - 687 Words
    The sea is … a lion’s roar a shark’s restaurant a quilt of blue a surfer’s paradise The sea is … a leaking ink cartridge the eyes of a fair haired child the sound of the crashing waves a shiny blue sheet hugging the shore a blue lagoon blue nothingness God’s tears a deadly suffocating machine a mermaid’s kingdom water, alive a flooded land occasionally death when oil tankers spill a fish’s home white horses riding on a blue carpet a bowl of salty...
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  • A creative writing piece about the Arizona desert and how it contrasts from day to night.
    The Forsaken Expanse The arid and sunburnt barren land of Arizona; eternal desert stretching for miles and miles. The intense sun blazes down on this harsh yet amazingly beautiful wilderness of red rocks, the incredible feeling of being the only person with a heart beating within miles sets in. The landscape never changes, it stays the same; no wind, no rain, just stale raw air. Inconceivable formations of canyons and immense rock structures set in the distance, circling the desert comparable...
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  • The Horses Analysis - 883 Words
    The Horses Analysis This is a poem by Ted Hughes where he talks about a male observing a horse. The poem starts off with, ‘I climbed through woods in the hour-before-dawn dark’. This creates a setting of an early before sunrise, when the atmosphere is chilly, dark and gloomy. ‘Evil air, a frost-making stillness’. The ‘air’ is being personified suggesting that the atmosphere is cruel and unsafe. ‘Not a leaf, not a bird. A world cast in frost.’ The word ‘frost’ means the state of coldness...
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  • List of Poems (Important for Olevels Students Who Are Going to Give Their Paper in 2013-2014)
    POEMS A Different History by Sujata Bhatt Great Pan is not dead; he simply emigrated to India. Here the gods roam freely, disguised as snakes or monkeys; every tree is sacred and it is a sin to be rude to a book. It is a sin to shove a book aside with your foot, a sin to slam books down hard on the table a sin to toss one carelessly across a room. You must learn how to turn the pages gently without disturbing Sarasvati,...
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  • A Day at the Beach - 554 Words
    DESRCRIPTIVE ESSAY I glance and take a quick look at the weather, 78 degrees in Malibu, California. Perfect. The two hour drive from the Bakersfield, increases my anticipation as my brother and I listen to relaxing music, ecstatic to leave behind the horrible congested weather of Bakersfield. As the farms and mountains race by in a blur, I dream about the rest of my day at the beach. When we finally arrive after what feels like days, I run from the parking lot the to the oceansideµ, I inhale...
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  • Evening on a Beach - 473 Words
    An evening on the beach Night was falling. The setting sun’s red rays lit up the sky above the western horizon. I could see an oil tanker making its way across the sea just on the horizon. Soon the sun disappeared below the horizon and the sky turned dark but my two friends and I sat on the beach gazing at the place where the sun went down. Sunsets are mesmerizing as we discovered. Only when the mosquitoes started coming in great number were we brought back to reality. We picked...
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  • The Glorious Sunset - 392 Words
    As I lay on my back,. I gently lift up my red tainted paint brush and mimic how I would paint clouds on the cloudless baby blue sky above me. As I lay under the warm sun, my brush in my heavy hand, something catches the corner of my eye. Something that I have not seen in a long time and it fills my i heart with hope and love. I start to slowly paint this beautiful image. My small paint brush touches the bare white canvas in front of me The colors of red, dark blue and grey fill my canvas...
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  • A Pleasant Holiday - 298 Words
    A PLEASANT HOLIDAY It was a lovely Sunday morning. I got up bright and breezy prepared to enjoy a stress-free holiday in Port Dickson. On the way, we kept watchful eyes on the scenery. We chatted happily on the way. It took about 2 hours to arrive at our destination. I fanned the mat under a shady tree. After that, my brother and I changed our swimsuit and swam freely in the sea. There were many people at here. We just like a family. It was a sunny day. The sun was shining brightly in...
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  • Lesson Plan - 562 Words
    5E Lesson Plan: Using the Star Map Introduction: The night sky has such a beautiful display of stars; it seems such a shame not to be able to identify them. Using our star map, we will be able to see how the sky changes from hour to hour and night to night. With this we learn the names of the patterns of stars, which we call constellations. Using the map, you will be able to identify these constellations in the sky. Why teach it: By teaching the use of the map, you are enabling...
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  • Descriptive Essay- a Summer Night
    Eyes Left Burning and Heart Still Searching My eyes start to tingle and burn as they become covered by a blanket of smoke as I stare into the bright glow of a 4th of July bonfire. I’m relaxed and comfortable as I reclined back in my canvas lawn chair. With one hand, I loosely hold a dewy can of beer, and my other hand is tucked tightly under my knee to keep from the cool air. I close my eyes tightly trying to rid of the burning from letting myself stare far to long into the flames. They seem...
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  • Uncle George - 553 Words
    I am jarred out of a relaxing sleep by a voice yelling my name in a loud whisper, and a light burning through my eyelids. Groggily, I open my eyes to see my father standing in the doorway to my messy room. He tells me that I need to get going, that it is 3:00 a.m., and I'm burning daylight. I find my clothes and get dressed. The whole time I wonder why I get up this early to visit the rugged outdoors. I want to go back to bed, but I know my dad will be back in to make sure I am getting ready, in...
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  • I Wont Give Up - 327 Words
    When I look into your eyes It's like watching the night sky Or a beautiful sunrise There's so much they hold And just like them old stars I see that you've come so far To be right where you are How old is your soul? I won't give up on us Even if the skies get rough I'm giving you all my love I'm still looking up And when you're needing your space To do some navigating I'll be here patiently waiting To see what you find 'Cause even the stars they burn Some even fall to the...
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  • Descriptive Writing - 516 Words
    Descriptive Writing She is a beautiful young woman, perhaps the most beautiful woman he has ever seen. Her hair is a midnight black color; it almost reminded him of the color of the night sky as he looks through a window. As he looked at her hair he notice the way the light catches in it and it shimmers as it flows with her every move. His eyes are drawn to the fact that her hair is very lengthy reaching down to the middle of her torso, so long in fact that it almost caresses the small of her...
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  • My Endless Vacation - 526 Words
    "My Never Ending Vacation" Alexa Mahabir Many childhood experiences may leave lifelong impressions on people. I would define my childhood as a never ending vacation. It was more than just a learning experience, but instead the time when my greatest memories were created with the people I would never forget. There are many places associated with my childhood memories, but for me, Tobago has definitely presented itself as my favorite place through out the years. As a child, I loved the...
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  • Sunset Beach - Descriptive Piece
    Descriptive Place Coursework Sunset Beach As I lay down onto the golden grains of sand, I looked up to the vibrant yet soothing streaks of colour that had filled the canvas of the sky. There were strokes of pink and orange that resembled the soft, supple skin of a perfectly ripened peach. The setting sun’s radiant face was mirrored by the shimmering clear blue waves of the sea which was framed by sloping land on either side, both of which were flourished with a palette of different...
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  • The City at Night - 896 Words
    The City at Night I step forward into the deep, soft snow and hear the sound of a muffled packing of frozen wetness. All the sounds are muffled, yet somehow amplified by parentheses they fall hard but slow, despite the weight. I look at the cloud they fall from and think how the snowflake seems like a frozen flake of a billowy cloud. Its cold and the snow that falls on my upturned face froze on my eyelashes until I blinked and now the warmth of my cheeks melts the snowflake and...
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  • Rainy Day - 310 Words
    Go Away, Rainy Day It always seems like that one day that is supposed to go perfectly, mother nature comes and washes it all away. Just when your day looks bright the rain turns the sky like night. In the beginning its not so bad, the spotty drizzles and soft mists give you hope that its just a small wave. But as each cloud expands like rising dough you start to lose a little more hope that your ruined plans wont cause woe. You face the fact that you have to alter your plans but “this little...
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  • English Essay - Sunset - 440 Words
    As I lay down onto the tiny golden grains of sand, I looked up at the opal sky cut with streaks of pink and orange and purple, resembling the colours of a perfectly ripened peach. The sun’s goddess-like face is being caressed by the glistening navy fingertips of the horizon. Mountains rise up on either side of me like giant pillows of green and stone flecked with a palette of purple and yellow, sturdy arms wrapping around the bay. Fishermen with sticks are perched on the edge, like vultures...
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  • The Lady of Shallot- Sir Lancelot Character Analysis
    In section 3 of the poem ‘The Lady of Shallot’ the ‘Lady’ sees Sir Lancelot riding on the road beside the river towards Camelot. His appearance is the first thing that has ever made the ‘Lady’ look directly out of the window, instead of through the mirror like she usually did. In the verse Tennyson creates a strong impression of Sir Lancelot. At the beginning of the verse, Sir Lancelot is seen to be a warm and positive character who brings hope. The impression of joy is expressed by Tennyson’s...
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  • After Goodnight Mister Tom Creative Writing
    The air was thick and dusty, the sky a dark gloom grey. Thick clouds of smoke and ash billowed from the chimneys of every factory as far as the eye could see. The factories all looked the same, tall grey box-like structures erected from the ground. There was no colour here. No happiness. It had been 7 years since I last came to the city. I never wanted to come back, I thought the memories would be too painful, but Mr. Tom made me come. He said it would be good for me to get over my past. As I...
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  • The Forest - Creative Writing - 524 Words
    Descriptive Writing – The forest. [pic] A crisp winter morning and there was a frosty chill in the air. A sweet surrendering scent of the moist morning dew that cascades all around the sublime forest. The mixed cool autumn leaves from the tall trees lay scattered on the forest floor; they were in the motion of turning a brittle brown. There was the sound of shattered glass that emphasised the leaves being crunched, as if you were to step on them, pushing their papery remains deep into the...
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  • Descriptive Writing - 308 Words
    Ms. Gill ENG 3U – Per. 5 September 16, 2013 Descriptive Paragraph The much publicized meteor shower has finally arrived and is a much anticipated awaited aesthetic show. As I’m observing the dark night sky waiting for the gorgeous meteors to enter Earth’s atmosphere, I see the sensational stunning spectacular sparkling stars. While sitting on my porch in the small town of Malton, I hear a small owl chirping on my backyard tree and the soothing summer breeze gusting throughout the trees. I...
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  • Dfgdgdfg - 542 Words
    Rachel Manansala Ms. Hickey Monday January 17, 2011 Art Critique: Lawren Harris, Lake Superior III The artwork that I chose for the art critique was Lake Superior III by Lawren Harris, it is a realism painting, and was painted during the 1920s. In the painting we can see rocks, clouds, the sky, and the ocean. When I look at the painting I first notice the lightened sky towards the left; there are many gradations of blue throughout the painting, shades of brown and gray, and also white....
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  • 56776081 Descriptive Phrases On Scenery
    Descriptive Phrases on Scenery Sunrise/Sunset - The sunset was glorious, all rosy and salmon-pink. - The sun-lit sky and sea blend perfectly into each other. - The awe-inspiring sun danced in from the horizon. - Dews on the blades of grass sparkled in the sunlight. - The sky was overwhelmed by crimson and amber-tinted clouds. - The sun filtered through the clouds, signaling the end of the rain. - It was a blindingly hot day and the humidity in the air was stifling. - The whole landscape was...
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  • descriptive essay - 598 Words
    Ryan Devine CRWT101-01 Professor Baxter October 27, 2014 Descriptive essay A calm wintry night looks like mother nature making a white, cold, fluffy, blanket with every exhale of snowflake-filled breath. It looks more peaceful, more connected, more insulated when snow makes canopies out of trees, rolling hills out of rows of cars, sledding trails out of deck stairs, sugar dipped cones out of pine trees, and marshmallow tops on everything. The world looks clean and bright on a calm wintry...
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  • Week5 - 1024 Words
     Genesis Bernat University of Phoenix SCI 151 Night Sky Observation: Option Three Prof. Jorge Espinosa Week 5 I have chosen option three as my topic of discussion for this project due for week five. I visited the observatory here in Tucson, Arizona. The Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter Observatory, is part of the University of Arizona. It is situated at the top of the mountain at about a little over nine thousand feet in elevation. It is only a 27 mile drive to the observatory....
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  • My Favorite Place (Creative Writing)
    I am a dreamer and I dream of the world. One with secrets and lights in the shadows… my shadows, my secrets to keep. A calm peaceful place and yet different, so very different. My own small safe that holds my loves, desires and passions. A dark, clouded world with its own thoughts. Secrets are quiet and honest but most of all… hidden. I can keep one or share it. I choose to share mine, my haven, my life, my secret, to you. My secret is filled with forests that’ll listen and talk at the...
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  • A Place I Never Want to Go Back to
    My wife and I had a house and it had and still has a very special place in my heart. I had lived with my love for many years, together since we were oh so very young. The house was white with black trimming, but most of the paint was chipped away on the back porch. Our house always seemed to have something about it that set it apart from all the rest. As you walk into the front door of the house you notice a long, slender stairway that led up into the main hallway of the house. The strong smell...
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  • Eyes Alive with Enthusiasm
    Eyes alive with enthusiasm A rush of embarrassment swept through him Shocked by the directness of the reply His face cracked into an apologetic grin An endless expanse of blue sky Leaves fell and fluttered like snow flakes The wind moaned through the trees e moon sailed across the sky like a ghostly gallion Pausing for a moment she became aware of her surroundings The warmth of the air wrapped around her like a scarf A sudden shiver of excitement shot through her body His once...
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  • Smiling - 1121 Words
    The Smile Submitted by Farmboy on February 10, 2008 * Category: Miscellaneous * Words: 912 | Pages: 4 * Views: 1782 * Report this Essay Someone once said that “a smile confuses an approaching frown.” Smiles are an international sign for friendliness and happiness. This look at the smile over simplifies a somewhat already simple idea. When a baby is born or a first kiss comes to pass, a smile can crop up, but it can also be a sign of malice on the face of a murderer before he...
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  • Size Constancy - 565 Words
    Sensation and Perception - Size Constancy As defined by the encyclopedia, “In psychology, sensation is the first stage in the biochemical and neurologic events that begins with the impinging of a stimulus upon the receptor cells of a sensory organ, which then leads to perception, the mental state that is reflected in statements like "I see a uniformly blue wall." In other words, sensations are the first stages in the functioning of senses. In the sensation and perception tutorials,...
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  • Anything - 473 Words
    Intro: Am G C F Da da da n da da, Da da da n da da Am G C x2 Da da da n da da da da Verse: Am G Grew up in a small town C F And when the rain would fall down Am G F I'd just stare out my window...
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  • Creative Creation Story - 464 Words
    Creative Creation Story The universe that existed was unattainable by reasoning, unperceived, unjudged, peaceful and quiet. In this empty place the goddess Inu’s baby brother, Hugo, cried, piercing the silence. Inu sighed and with that breath, the light and dark separated. Hugo stopped crying. Noticing she had his attention she formed a watery ball, calling it earth and above it she made the sky. She filled the night sky with the guardian moon and his gleaming stars and the day sky with a...
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  • She Walks in Beutty - 828 Words
    SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY by: George Gordon (Lord) Byron (1788-1824) sHE walks in beauty, like the night Of cloudless climes and starry skies; And all that's best of dark and bright Meet in her aspect and her eyes: Thus mellow'd to that tender light Which heaven to gaudy day denies. One shade the more, one ray the less, Had half impair'd the nameless grace Which waves in every raven tress, Or softly lightens o'er her face; And on that cheek, and o'er that brow, So soft, so...
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  • A Snowflake Is Winter's Butterfly
    A snowflake is winter’s butterfly. When I awakened, very early, the ground was covered with little pearly snowflakes. They had floated gently from the sky, twirling and whirling. Millions in flight, blanketing the ground with sparkling little pictures traced in a line, and shining whitely. Some magician must have come and by the starlight, worked through all the quiet darkness. I must be dreaming, after what happened… Daddy told me he had a surprise for me, boy do I like surprises! We...
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  • My Safe Place - 563 Words
    Jessica Persico! Mrs. Woodard! ENGL 110-35! Sept 18, 2014! ! ! ! Cobourg Beach! ! Pam Shaw once stated that: “After a visit to the beach, it’s hard to believe that we live in a material world.” Society today gets completely lost in the whirls of materialism, but when we go somewhere that brings us back to reality, we get a sense of inner relief that gets rid of the cloud of materialism. That place for me is the pier at Cobourg Beach in Ontario, Canada.! ! As I arrive at the beach, I pick...
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