Flexion – after the short story Still identified by Mrs. Slovak, after her husband misjudged the bank of the dam, hearing the sound of a tractor overturning onto himself. Dead, caught him straight across his spine, she looks at him crying, but he starts to go pale. The look on her face, she was in shock like her life was falling apart. “I couldn’t imagine being alone even if he is a pretentious prick.” She called 000, then directed the paramedics to frank after they lifted him on the travel sized bed they soon left, she met him at the hospital for the last few hours of her husband’s life. Waking up, moving her arm across the bed to feel some type of completion, like someone was there to wake up beside her to say good morning. deciding to do …show more content…
Slovak. “Sarah!” yelled Dr. Carter “Me?” she asked “Come in, it’s good to see you” Dr. Carter say’s with joy. “No one has called me that in years” she explains as she walked in with pure happiness For the first in years she felt acknowledged, she feels seen like she wasn’t anyone’s shadow. Sarah hadn’t experienced this in a while since marrying frank, Sarah never felt this type of power before as if she finally run’s her own life, not a man. He gets his note pad out for the last time writing the date 11/06/16 two years later exactly from her husband’s death. Once again feeling exposed explaining what happened, until he asked that one question…. “After all this time Sarah, two years of these sessions, you have realised that he’s gone, you have started to focus on yourself, your family and most of all that what happened is not your fault… are you ready to move on, not to forget, however to let go?” In that moment Sarah felt relieved after two years, today was the day she felt no guilt and after all this time she was just afraid to let go. Franks accident solved the tension and nothing else, not the past, not how he should treat her equal, nothing, though they both acknowledged
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(Creech 241) In making this comment, the long journey finally over. We had seen how it all plays out,and she learns and discovers lots. In the last spot of the journey, many dramatic events occur, Sal finally can accept the whole situation with it all making
Her dad burned her when she was three because of an argument between him and her mother. Recently he has started drinking again and Sarah is scared because of what he could do. Eric then tells Sarah’s situation to Ms. Lemry their teacher. Sarah is not very happy about the situation as she considers this “betrayal”. However, she learns to get along with Lemry and also realizes they share similar values.
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Standing on the door step waiting before she rang the bell, she pondered how Jack had met Ashleigh. Sarah’s parents and their friends didn’t go to the western suburbs, they said things like, I never drive across the bridge unless we are going to Lorne. Just recently Sarah’s Aunt Sophie, her mother’s youngest sister, told them that a friend had dragged her out to Yarraville. ‘I was literarily kicking and screaming, I kept saying no, why would I want to go there. But you know I was pleasantly surprised.
Dreading the thought of facing another day of the same old same, she took her time. She had never felt exactly this way before, however, she sort of felt similar to this after Jane’s abduction and desecration by Wheeler- and yes, it was a desecration. Wheeler had taken Jane’s innocence without her consent…
Goodbye Early one Saturday morning, Anne woke up to the sour smell of gun smoke and the shrieks of dying soldiers. The dark clouds covered the beautiful sun as he stared out the window wondering what had just happened. Nazis were parading themselves into their small town in the Netherlands. Suddenly, the door burst open.
She knows that she has to live with the grief that she feels for the rest of her life because of the decision she made. As much as people wish this was true, it simply cannot be, because this would imply that the person would never feel the pain, as if the moment never meant anything to them other that a
Roderich Edelstein It was just days before the end of the war when Roderich Edelstein was shot and passed away after some hours in the hospital. The funeral will be held on the 5th of May and will only be open to close friends. Roderich was a man that immersed himself in music and did not let himself be sidetracked by petty things such as war. That made him better than many of his friends, whom had spent their entire lives obsessed with it.
“Love Storm” FADE IN: EXT. JAMESTOWN - MORNING There is a small land of Edinburgh called Jamestown which the landlord is Pierre Jamestown. The church bell rings and the choir is singing hymns with the companion of an organ. The birds join the choir and the butterflies dance freely in the sunshine.
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