New Lights at Dead Ends

September 1, 2012
By toriiii_lyn BRONZE, Port Aransas, Texas
toriiii_lyn BRONZE, Port Aransas, Texas
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What ever you are, be a good one.

As the cold rainy day lingered on, I saw the rivulets of rain drops cascading down the windows on my gun metal room. They looked like tears. Was my house crying? I think I have seen enough tears for a life time... The pamphlet with his picture on the side sat neatly on my tree bark looking and smelling desk. My obscenely cluttered desk. Those faded news paper clippings from the town herald sat there mincingly. The stigmas of this cruel world written all over them. i scowled and thought back to a time when students- when people were as cruel and mincing as those faded news paper clippings.

The author's comments:
This is the beginning of my English III Descriptive reflection essay. i am in desperate need of help i have the feeling of i am rambling on about nothing and don't know how to fix it. The prompt is Write about a time you saw something in a new light...

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