The Girl I Love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair

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  • Essay On Dominic's Life

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    her job. Her name was Elizabeth. She would see Dominic almost every morning, asking for his usual order: black tea three sugars and two choc-chip cookies. He would give a little smile, and she would return an innocent and cute looking smile back. He hesitated to try to say his order, “O-One black tea…” “With three sugars and two choc-chip cookies”, she said finishing him. She turned and started to prepare his tea. She has long brown hair tied in a ponytail, black eyes, and a pretty rose-coloured

  • Personal Narrative: An Interview With My Sister Keturah

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    On March 11, 2016, I waited in my house for Charity to come over so I can get some information about her life. Charity, a college friend of my sister Keturah, attends the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES). They have known each other for about a year and a half now. Keturah set up the interview for us which was supposed to begin at 8:00 p.m. It was about 45 minutes past 8:00 and I thought that Charity would never show up. By 9:00, she finally rang the doorbell. I walked at a fast pace toward

  • A Note On ' I Woke Up And I Felt Scared '

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    Chap 1 Penelope. I woke up and I felt scared. I was shaking so hard. "My dream. What was I dreaming about?" I thought. I took a deep breath. I got up shakily and grabbed my water bottle that I keep on my night stand. I drank some and forced my nerves to calm down. I walked out to wait for the bathroom. I went into the kitchen in my pajamas which was just a baggy shirt and pajama shorts. I went over to the coffee maker and grabbed the pot and poured some in to my favorite mug. My brother Patrick

  • Ali Farley's Short Story 'All Confused'

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    by Ali Farley I wake up gagging on tubes that were shoved down my throat. Where am I? A chubby brunette, dressed in blue scrubs with happy-faced suns all over them, scrambles over to take the tubes out. “Oh my goodness! Welcome back,” she cheers with a smile going from ear to ear. “You’ve been out for quite awhile. Do you remember who you are? Can you tell me your first and last name?” “Etha-” I slap my hands over my mouth. That wasn’t my voice. Was that even me speaking? Maybe I didn’t actually

  • A Short Story : A Story?

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    my face. I felt warm and sheltered. Snug as a bug in a rug. I thought. No one could ruin this moment. Across the room, I heard a noise. Knock knock. I slowly rose from my comfy bed and opened the door. There dressed in the usual white dress and flats was a fairy. Her wings gleamed with the sun. “Good morning Charm.” Her voice was friendly and sweet. “Time to wake up. You know what day it is.” I gathered my thoughts before speaking, “Yes I didn’t forget. Thank you for reminding me.” She smiled big

  • The Don'ts of Online Dating

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    first time, but he knew that eventually she would be crossing by. He knew where she lived, her routines. Here she comes seriously dress in black. Long hair pull up from the front, long wavy skirt, black heels shoes, straight and focus in her walking. She is at the corner of her house, ready to turn street, but she notices him, his eyes are desperately looking to meet hers. Finally they meet, she is surprised of that passion and feels the heat in her heart, but she is shy and young, puts her head down

  • The Sabbath Garden Analysis

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    uncage the wild animal that is trapped inside of her. “My life ain’t nothing but dirty brown. But i got something down in my soul come out of the white and it feels like a rainbow… This caged thing inside me roars to get out. I call it WILDCAT! And it is stronger than the streets, is stronger than this building. No one can catch it because it can fly!” (21) She writes this down in her journal to express how she feels due to her previous state of being in a dark state of mind. Opie has went through a lot

  • The Role Of Women In My Life

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    After a year in eighth grade at the junior high school in Bangor, I missed the intimacy of the small private classrooms when I was in Florida. So, the following year, in the summer of 1962, my parents enrolled me at Oak Grove School for Girls in Vassalboro, Maine, one of the oldest, most elite private finishing schools for girls in the world. The school was run by a board of Quaker trustees and an elderly and very strict Victorian headmistress, Mistress Owen, whose demeanor well suited the school

  • Who Is The Doctor?

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    There she was. The girl I had fallen in love with two years ago. She was covered in blue and purple bruise, she had dried blood in her long wavy brown hair. Her right ankle was at a wired angle and looked painfully swollen. This was my entire fault, if only I had kept myself away from her she wouldn’t be in this awful state she is in today. Did something bad happen to her while I left her to walk? Was I to blame? “What is going on with her? Is she going to be okay?” I nervously ask the doctor. But

  • The Sabbath Garden Analysis

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    uncage the wild animal that is trapped inside of her. “My life ain’t nothing but dirty brown. But i got something down in my soul come out of the white and it feels like a rainbow… This caged thing inside me roars to get out. I call it WILDCAT! And it is stronger than the streets, is stronger than this building. No one can catch it because it can fly!” (21) She writes this down in her journal to express how she feels due to her previous state of being in a dark state of mind. Opie has went through a lot

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