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The Girl Whose Secret Best Friend I Became The Girl Whose Secret Best Friend I Became
A girl runs too the bathroom it's her third try. No one is here to hear the conversation which she strives. As she has it her face does not show pain, but this time it shows shock. Each day she comes her face shows much surprise. She looks shocked after each time she speaks to me. Shock is now always seen upon her face after our conversations. Yet, as she feels the coldness from my breath upon her face it seems like it is now second-nature to the girl. When our conversations end for the day as the girl leaves she stops and thinks. Her thoughts must be bad for I see her tears stream down her pale face with her blood stained eyes. It seems the girls desire to speak to me arises each day almost like an eternal ritual. She runs to the b
Character Analysis Of Jo From Little WomenJo selfish, independent, controlling, wishing constantly for things to be the way she wants it. In the beginning the simplest terms for Jo, "truly childish" but later she becomes less selfish, less envious, and successful. At this turning point our childish Jo transitions into a more mature woman.
Transitioning, strongly Jo did as we watched her childish nature diminish. Jo used to say she wished she was a boy and things like "I hate to think I've got to grow up, and be Miss March, and wear long gowns, and look as prim as a China aster". Also her sisters considered her as to be playing their brother "Beth says to Jo, Poor Jo! It's too bad, but it can't be helped. So you must try to be contented with making your name boyish, and playing brother to us girls". Even her appearance showed Jo's personality "tall ,thin, hair of brown, described as a colt, a decided mouth, a comical sharp nose, gray eyes, long thick hair bundled atop her head. Jo truly resembled a girl becoming a woman who wis
The handmaid's tale faults within a two-voice poemThe Handmaid's Tale's Faults within
Critic: Faults fill the book
As we read
Characters circle Reader: Characters Circle
I find myself asking
Critic: Who is that? Who is that?
Luke, Nick, or the chauffeur-lover
Confusion is swirled Reader: Confusion is swirled
Round and round
Critic: Except Except
For with the Aunts
Clear as crystal
Defined they are Reader: Defined they are
I know which is which
Critic: and it makes sense and it makes sense
I feel relieved only their
My mind does not needlessly spin Reader: My mind does not needlessly spin
ConnectionsConnections all around
Sound and content
Her writing has not been bent
Atwood seems unbound
Friends like Poet Jay McPherson add to Atwood's sound
The cottage to which Atwood was sent
Has surely came round and round
You see this with ease
Within Atwood's stories and other works
From writings in school on Newspaper and "Clan Call"
Atwood surely does not make a fuss or tease
About her work it will never become a rolling ball
However Atwood's influence William Blake still lurks.
Within the works we see it is never hidden behind a wall.
Atwood's connections thus are deep
Atwood has always became always lifted
Since Atwood became gifted
Strive Atwood has almost like a leap
Her prowess gains almost as if it is a keep
From the little clothing designs she would make but later rifted
To the paintings she once made which made people utter a peep
Atwood's creativity became louder almost as loud as a crow
Even with influences that somehow became discreet
Writing about women unhappy cert
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