The So when Sourdi started dating the boy their family had hired to wash dishes at their restaurant, Duke, Nea never considered him to be a “fork in the road, dividing [Nea’s] life with Sourdi from Sourdi’s life with men” (Chai 84). Nea underestimated Sourdi and Duke’s relationship and overestimated her and Sourdi’s bond. Soon enough, their mother caught on and ended up firing Duke, but Duke and Sourdi continued to fall in love with each other. Nea wasn’t surprised that Duke, the “funny-looking white kid”, fell in love with her sister (Chai 84). Sourdi is so beautiful that she had some beauty to spare and Nea would sometimes pretend that she was beautiful too. Where Sourdi was smooth, Nea had angles; where Sourdi was soft, Nea had bone (Chai 84). Sourdi is reserved and calm in contrast to Nea who is quite outspoken and rigid. Regardless of their differences, Sourdi and Nea remained close; that was until Sourdi was arranged to be married to a much older gentleman, Mr. Chhay, at the tender age of eighteen.
Thank you all for coming and joining us here today. My wife, Louise Mallard, was a young, frail, and timid woman who was afflicted with heart trouble. Our marriage was not out of the ordinary, for I knew we both adored each other a great deal. Even though she is no longer with us I will continue to care for her memory as I cared for her throughout our marriage. Louise wasn’t just a devoted wife to me but a sister to Josephine and their relationship was very close indeed. In these hard times, Josephine has been a blessing to me. Josephine was there for Louise in the good times and the bad. I am sure Josephine will always treasure the memories of her sister close to her heart. Louise Mallard has left her memories to be treasured by her family
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Uninvited guests wore their beatific harlequin masks - their false beaming illuminating the darkest of tunnels. Lozenge wall-lights glinted softly like paralyzed fireflies, azure curtains gushed from the roof as though they were remorseless cataracts, and anticipation wafted through the still air; with everything etched in gilt, it was almost imperceptible that anything could go wrong that evening, but it felt almost too saccharine to be true.
Audra, her eyes open wide with surprise and her leg still wrapped around Maxen’s waist, stood there speechless. She adored Vaughan and trusted him; the man had been her true friend and ally. However, bringing information to the king about a queen’s affair would benefit Vaughan. Maxen would be executed and Vaughan would likely be promoted. And now that he was engaged to Faye, his motivation to turn in Maxen would be strong.
he king made an announcement to everyone that anyone person who discovered why his daughters shoes were worn would be able to choose any of his daughters for marriage. The king gave the kings sons three days to find out where his daughters go any why the shoes are worn
“Don’t worry about anything! Tonight is on me!” He throws back at me smiling seductively. We walked into his loft and it was decorated so nicely. His furniture was modern and he had all kinds of different ethnic paintings on the wall. As I looked around, he told me to make myself comfortable while he went to get some wine. While he was in the kitchen I yelled,
He turned, and with a firm and rapid step he walked across the empty space. Every heart stopped beating, every breath was held, every eye was fixed immovably upon that man. Without the slightest hesitation, he went to the door on the right, and opened it. And what came out
My heart flutters as Joseph shifts the ring on my finger. I can’t believe that this day is finally happening, my wedding day! I feel stunning in this silk red dress and blue shawl. I did not want to wear a blue dress like most brides so I thought a
The mulberry bow called my name as it yearned to be used, and in response I ran my scarred fingertips down the splintered wood, tracing the intricate carvings. My eyes met that of the suitors, hatred coursing through my veins as I reminded myself of their frivolous actions. Before my arrival, I had endeavored in ;p-,both land and sea as impudent suitors occupied my pristine palace doing all from
The artwork by Paolo Veronese were known for being created on large platforms and were centered on religious topics. One notable works of his was The Wedding at Cana. This piece is a depiction of Jesus' first miracle as he turned water into wine for a wedding celebration. Based in Venice, Veronese's life was heavily influenced by the Christian culture and was esteemed by the community and church officials for his artistic abilities. As Veronese painted in the Mannerist style, The Wedding at Cana was an asymmetrical painting with elegant principles. Also, Veronese heavily used vibrant colors to show the richness of the subjects and to create light. This painting has lived through several interesting eras and owners. Wars and political overlords dominated the geography of this painting and even damaged the canvas. Since Veronese's style and talents were sought after, his work, religious and secular, was mostly commissioned by patrons of the Venetian community.
Poetry is a conduit that conveys the inner conversations in everyone through words or voice that assert the truth from its divine basis. Thus, a narrative poem refers to a system of poetry that tells a chronological story by the intonation of the orator, actions, or the documented version of