Imagine you are entering a garden. You take in the aroma of the air and feel the serenity as
Sometime in our lives, we all will have to make tough, life altering decisions for either the best or the worst. "Rain Reign” by Ann M. Martin is a heartwarming and heart wrenching tale about a young girl named Rose and her pet dog, Rain. When Hurricane Susan hits her small town and Rain is lost, Rose’s life is swept up in the eye of the storm, and she has to learn how to navigate her feelings of melancholy and loneliness. In "Rain Reign", Ann M. Martin uses the symbolism of the rain to provide the audience with context, build suspense and stir empathy.
Fjorback, L.O., Arendt, M, Ornobol, E., Walach, H., Rehfeld, E., Schroder, A., & Fink, P. (2012). Mindfulness therapy for somatization disorder and functional somatic syndromes – Randomized trial with one-year follow-up. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, PSR-08516, No of Pages 10.
Nursing is part of healthcare system and this is a continuous changing environment becoming more demanding, the technology require knowledge and continuously adherence to all Health system requirements as nursing is a lifelong learning process. However , reflective practice is a driveway not only for personal development but also for team work with the purpose to improve care and to blend theory with practice( Jasper 2013).
In many poems, poets use nature as a metaphor for human life. In "Storm Warnings" by Adrienne Rich, she uses an approaching storm as a metaphor for an emotional storm inside herself. Although, there is a literal meaning of the poem. There really is an incoming storm. Rich uses structure, specific detail, and imagery to convey the literal and metaphorical meanings of the poem.
Not only will a bit of greenery improve the quality of air in the office, it will also provide you with a boost in mood and help relieve stress. Just having plants around you is enough to relax you. A plant can increase your productivity and attentiveness, relieve anxiety, improve blood pressure levels, and even improve how satisfied you are at work. Consider an aloe plant, a peace lily, bamboo, or even philodendron. just make sure you choose one that is suitable to your office, and what shade of green your thumb
It was just a typical family day out at the beach like so many other Sunday, after our usual picnic lunch at the beach, everyone went about their own activities. My husband was fishing while our children played in the shallow end of the water. I was reading a novel; but somehow, I simply could not concentrate on my book; which is a rare occurrence for me. It seemed my sensory organs were especially attuned to the surrounding that day. Gentle sea breeze tickled my face as I watched wisps of white fluff drifted across a crystal clear blue sky. The rhythmic sound of the wave; the screeching of the sea birds was so familiar and hypnotic at the same time. However, my children’s pearls of laughter turned all the other sounds into background
Winter sucks for unfortunate four eyed people like me. Ugly emotions disappearing over the glorious summer only to return the second Melbourne was hit with a cold breeze. Dread, frustration, hatred, embarrassment.
To strengthen resilience, we need to exercise it like a muscle. But to what extent should we exercise resilience and what happens to human emotional wellbeing when the fatigued muscle is overworked? In Anne Petry’s novel, The Street, and Joan Didian’s essay, “Los Angeles Notebook”, the authors both use literary devices to show how adversity can affect people; however, Petry uses imagery of debris, diction that evokes a sense of frustration, and personification that shows the resilience of humans in times of intense, short-term adversity, while Didian uses Imagery that incites an ominous mood, Pathetic fallacy, and syntax that shows how drastically repeated, prolonged adversity can affect people.
The wind blew heavily, rain pours down, and tree's leaves rustle. Reading these words, the setting is seen to be as a terrible storm occurring. Not only does this description set up the setting, but it also gives the mood to scenario. The mood for this scenario would be gloomy and depressing. Many stories are like this they use a descriptive word or use objects to influence the setting and mood. An epitome of this would be the poem "The Cornel" by Carolyn Forche. In the poem it describes her experience as a guest to the Coronal's house in El Salvador. She delineates from the beginning of her experience to the last moment of her experience. The poems shows how power can control people and it shown through objects. Forche set up the story in an amicable and tranquil environment, however as the story progresses the gun on the coach to the broken glass, the story amended to a hostile environment
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Clouds began to roll into the small town of Springvale around mid-morning, and the rain followed shortly after. It was easy going at first, but quickly became torrential. The brightness of the morning was consumed by the ravenous appetite of the clouds, turning day to night. This kind of weather was not uncommon for the coastal town during the summer months. Many of the citizens of Springvale relished the constant rain. “We haven’t had a drought in twenty six years,” many of the older citizens would proudly proclaim.
I went to bed at around two-thirty a.m., when the summer heat had set itself on the night. My blanket sat at the corner of my bed. I was sharing the bed with my older brother, with my mother and two sisters in the other room. Even though we were the youngest , my brother and I were the only boys in the family. Besides, we used to share it with our father. Used to.
It was a hot summer day in August when Anthony, and I woke up to prepare for our adventure in Michigan. We packed our bags because we knew we had a long day ahead of us; a three-hour road trip. As we finish packing, we realize that we needed a few things to eat, so we stopped by Cermak to get some fruit for later. We bought bright-red strawberries, a nice small cantaloupe, and a medium light green watermelon. We put the bags in the trunk and start heading toward the highway. The car’s AC was not working so while driving on the highway the sweat on our foreheads is being dried off as soon as the sweat begins to form. We stop in Indiana to put gasoline and to get something to eat. We were halfway there at that time. On our way to Michigan, Anthony and I would take turns selecting a song to listen to and sing our hearts out.
It was raining heavily in the streets of Raven’s Hollow.The large drops landed in loud tap, tap, taps against the stone sidewalk. The strong wind blew the droplets against Harper’s bare skin. She hadn’t bothered to grab a jacket on her way out as the storm had caught her by surprise. The hot summer heat had lingered into their autumn season, putting their little town into a draught. So Harper was caught it only a thin, off-the-shoulder sweater and cut-off shorts, but she didn’t mind. She loved feeling the rain on her skin. She did at least have the sense to grab an umbrella, though that was more for the benefit of her companions than herself.