The Hardest Days Of My Life

1010 Words May 24th, 2016 5 Pages
I regarded that today would be one of the hardest days of my life. I stumbled down the stairs, with a hesitation in every step. I peered straight into my brothers eyes, I was determined not to choke up, but it was crucial considering the desperate look he granted towards me. He was in his military uniform all arranged to leave; he just desired to say goodbye. All I was contemplating was that this might be the last time I ever see my brother. I hugged him and I tried not to let go. “Take care of mom. I love you, Thomas, and I’m coming home soon,” Jake said to me. I wrapped my limited arms around his waist. I continued to hug him until my mom mentioned that he had to leave. I knew that he was lying to me when he had declared he was coming back. He left so briskly; I don’t even commemorate if I told him that I loved him, and I loved him so much. Jake was consistently there for me when nobody else was. When my dad left, he was the only one to help raise me. I had my dog, Chester, to keep me company when my brother and my mom were absent, which was primarily often. Sometimes the silence would get too loud. It would over power my mind abandoning me to be powerless. I would continue to wonder why everyone always left me. What did I ever do to deserve this awful feeling in my stomach incessantly. About eleven months later, a contentious knock on the door struck my attention. It delivered a memory of my dad when he intrusively urged upon the decrepit door, demanding to get in. My…

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