The town gossips because they are nosy and curious, Emily kept to herself and did not come out of her house much. “WHEN Miss Emily Grierson died, our whole town went to her funeral: the men through a sort of respectful affection for a fallen monument, the women mostly out of curiosity to see the inside of her house, which no one save an old man-servant--a combined gardener and cook--had seen in at least ten years” (Faulkner).
When we walked in my dad went to the desk to check in Hunter. While my dad checked Hunter in my sisters and I took a seat on this wooden bench which was located in the back of the room. A couple minutes later the veterinarian came out and called Hunters name. At this point Hunter was so excited to be at the vet that he started pulling Krista. Hunter was pulling Krista to the point that Krista almost fellWhen we finally got into the small rectangle room the veterinarian placed Hunter on this table to do his exam to make sure he is healthy.
The side of the country where we lived in, didn’t snow. Daddy drove mummy, baby Clara and me to church. I watched the trees and counted the clouds on the way. On reaching the church, I cried out in glee when I saw a little kitten behind the rose bushes, just adjacent to the church. The kitty gazed deep into my eyes and I fell in love with it instantly.
Then we started to talk about the war and he told me the war was over he thought then he told me that he was worried that he was going to get hurt, but then I fell asleep and the next morning I woke up and me and my dad went on a walk to find him a new job and to see my mom’s grave because she died in world war 1 also and she was buried after she died. So while we walked we talked about him finding a new job and how hard it would be for every was coming back from the war and trying to find jobs. So then we stopped in my favorite ice cream place to get ice cream and there was a sign on the door that said help wanted so my dad decided to apply an application to get a job
They just believe they are now married. No one ever sees Homer come back out of the house and everyone starts to notice an awful smell coming from inside. Since it was in a generation when the law wasn’t so strict no one really looked into the situation. When Emily died people finally were let into her house for the funeral. They found Homer lying in the bed decayed.
It was sad indeed that Henry and Georgiana only had a short time to enjoy their wonderful home before they departed this world. The story of the haunting begins on the grounds of the Pittock Mansion. People have said that they could hear the sounds of someone walking around the yard in heavy boot and then coming into the side door. It is possible that some people have seen this entity because it has been said that he is the gardener. All of the museum staff and even visitors have seen the happy couple Henry and Georgiana.
A few blocks down, there is a young man lying on his bed, contemplating weather his parents would notice him missing. Then there is an empty house, filled with only memories of a family torn apart by hate. Each household has different scars but the same cover up story. The wife telling her neighbors that she tripped and fell; and the child laughing with their friend, talking about how great life is. Even the empty house tells the future buyers that it is a place to raise a family.
Both poems reflect on how their fathers showed his love for his son, the time spent with their fathers, a maternal conflict, and their relationship with their father. Throughout “My Papa’s Waltz” and “Those Winter Sundays”, the author’s reflect on how their fathers were hard workers, although each memory is emotionally different. In “My Papa’s Waltz”, Roethke remembers his father coming home from work and his hands “Was battered on one knuckle” (Line 10). Even though the father had a long day at work, the boy recounts him coming home and dancing with him. Whereas “Those Winter Sundays”, Hayden recalls his fathers hard work by describing his “Cracked hands that ached/ From labor in the weekday…” (Line 3;4).
Humans show shared humanity each day when they laugh, cry, or get angry. The concept of Shared Humanity is shown in the novels and short story, How I Live Now, “The Scarlet Ibis” and Hatchet. Two parts of Shared Humanity are shown in Meg Rosoff’s novel “ How I Live Now” Emotions and loss happen when Daisy and Piper arrived at Gateshead barn only to find everybody is dead and Ding is dying because he was left in the farm without food.. “ I guess he'd been left in there with no food for much too long and his eyes were dull but recognized Piper and me and dinged his bell and rubbed his baby horns against Piper as best he could given that he was mostly dead.” ( Chapter 26 Pg,143). This shows emotions like sadness which are common all humans Humans carry this emotions because they get emotionally attached to a animal and
Good Bye? “There we laid her to rest in a dark oak coffin in her final spot.” My Dad told me as I snuggled up in my fluffy pillows, trying to sleep, until I remembered… The dark oak coffin just like the wood of my bed frame. Being 13 years old never helped either, watching the coffin being lowered down into the grave and being covered with dirt was like being shot in the stomach. I will never forget that. Dad said, “We laid purple lilies, her favorite flowers, by her grave as we said our last goodbyes.” “Goodbye Mama, you kept yelling as we walked away.