Anne Frank The Immortal Diary Analysis

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The Immortal Diary
The restless Ink loves the virgin Paper so; he comes to her every nightfall, like a lover to his mistress, and thus they fall hopelessly into each other’s passion. She illumines with delight at her lover’s sight, staining herself with his colour to become one of the same. Between her silent blankness and his loud restlessness, the imprints of the colour are the proof of the love they make. Opposite poles they may be and consume themselves with sighs, yet their amorous tale of eternal love has shamed all togetherness with such passionate love that nothing can ever part. Their love, as they touch, immortalizes.
There they lay, the tools for the day: a pen, a paper, and passion that could immortalize everything that it touches.
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Anne Frank’s story has always loomed large in the hearts of several. It is a timeline of a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl who makes her way through the hardships the cruel life brings along with itself. In the red and white checkered diary given to her by her father for her thirteenth birthday, Anne wrote down her experiences, insights, and dreams in a voice clearly her own.
“I don’t want to have lived in vain like most people,” she proclaims, “I want to be useful or bring enjoyment to all people, even those I’ve never met. I want to go on living even after my death!” - Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl.
The soil was drenched in blood, yet the Nazi’s thirst for more could not be quenched. Years rolled on and it felt as though the dark uniformed men have locked away their hearts within the ribs of iron. Nothing would move them, neither the sight of torn hearts, nor of torn
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