When I walked out of the room, he should have expected to be greeted by the entire Cataula Family waiting for him to see if he had advanced closer to be the next Planetary Sovereign. However, he never expected to see his daughter off to the side looking ready to hurt someone with tears in her eyes. Everyone on the planet knew there were only a few Viceroys left on the listing for testing. Now that all Twelve Leaders of the Hierarchy conducted the testing as one, family members seldom seen or even known were traveling to the City of the Planetary Sovereigns. He stood tall, removed all emotions from his face, and stormed forward. “Why is Danita angry?” he asked calmly, and in complete contrast of his physical demeanor. “That isn’t important!” his wife’s father, Mr. Cataula, raised his voice …show more content…
I would mention his name, but we wish it to be a surprise for the two of them. You and your daughter might as well hand over the keys to your allotted row house. You won’t be living there from this moment forward.” “What have you done to our family’s good name!” yelled Mr. Cataula. “I knew you would destroy our reputation one day and now you have.” “What foolishness are you talking about?” asked the Chief Hierarchy hotly. “Danita will need some time to adjust living the same lifestyle as her future husband.” “This is what you deserve you brainless fool!” chuckled his wife’s father, now distraught. “The two of you are going to live the rest of your life in an allotment
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They remained very silent, and when there was nothing, Frankie released his arm. “Sorry,” she muttered sheepishly. “Don’t be sorry, dear!” an obnoxiously loud female voice roared out. Jackson let out a shriek and dropped the book he had been holding.
Ashleigh looks up to her mom and she isn't so sure about what her father has asked her to do for him, though she loves him. “I wouldn't have any other dad.” Ashleigh mom would be very disappointed. Ashleighs parent are already divorced for a reason and neither Ashleigh or her father really have any right to even be touching it. “I lifted the lid and stared at her emergency money.”
“ Love him, whatcha mean?” “ I mean, is he good to ya, is he easy to get along with?” “ He does tollable, ‘cept when-” “ Except when?” Mayella looked at her father, who was sitting with his chair tipped against the railing. He sat up straight and waited for her to answer.
Symbols in “The Cavemen in the Hedges” In the short story “The Cavemen in the Hedges” by Stacey Richter, there are many important symbols that make up the story. All these symbols all have a type of connection to each other. The couple, the narrator and Kim have been together for ten years and trying to live a happy life but the neighborhood has filthy cavemen wandering around doing uncivilized unlike a human being. The whole neighborhood wants to get rid of them wild cavemen.
Crackle, pop the fire sounded as I placed new logs on top of the hot embers. This was the fire the children of my village sat around and told stories before they went to sleep, and tonight was no different. All of their eyes stared at me expectantly as they waited for me to start telling them a story. “Two Rivers Running, tell us the Story of the Great Battle again,” the little ones asked. All eyes were on me as I sat down next to them, everyone silent as I told them the story of the Great Battle.
I had seen and heard the protests of my fellow colonists on my way home from gathering the chicken eggs for breakfast. It was 4:30 in the morning, but the streets lacked the familiar silence that I so enjoyed. Instead of the echo of beautiful songs chirped by the early morning birds, the air was filled with the sounds of screaming, shouting, and loud chants of protest. Protesting what, I 'm not sure. I paused to listen in, leaning towards the source of the noise.
Throughout my seventeen years of life, I 've been rejected far more than I 've ever been accepted. I let my fear of being denied discourage me from taking on great opportunities. A life challenge that I faced and overcame was: doubting myself. There was a position of Chief of Miami-Dade Schools Police Explorers that I wanted to apply for. People who supported me felt like I shouldn’t uphold that title because I spoke horribly in front of people.
Edina St. Vincent Millay’s poem “Oh, Oh You Will Be Sorry for that Word” is a lyric poem in which a woman is arguing with a man that started when he said something derogatory about her reading such a large book when she is a delicate creature. The woman is obviously upset about the fact her supposed friend/lover/husband behaved badly towards her. It is a Shakespearian Sonnet because the rhyme scheme is ABAB CDCD EFEF GG with a meter that most likely resembles trochaic. The only line that does not fit into the meter is line three. The poem has Masculine Rhyme because the words that rhyme do so with the last syllable.
The child reported that her father lives one block away from the maternal grandmother. She indicated that her father has someone living in the home, but they will be leaving soon. Sofia reported that her father will make it a playroom when they leave. The child stated when she is with her father, he picks her up from school and spends time with her in the afternoon and evening.
“Would I like to see his portrait? Of course not he'll just be another boy that I have to deal with, but you give up on him soon enough and me too for that matter. Why do you force me to marry anyway? I'm only 14.” Morgana complained from where she was sprawled on her bed reading.
Leadership interview I was given the chance to interview Hailey Hunt who has a position on student council. She taught me about her position and how she has been able to help others. She has taught me the many sides of being a leader and how it can be quite trying at times. I have found interviewing a leader is very different from researching about a leader.
In this question of the essay I began to think about God, and my mind is just blown away with all the things that I can say about God. It is not an easy question, and more profound than all the rest. I found myself asking a question on top of a question. “How do you describe a God that is so many things; a God that is too great to describe (Via Analogi)?” when the words are endless.