She was a bit surprised by her direct question as she knew Taya always refused to go deep into the painful topic, yet it was her who brought it up in the first place. “I don’t really recall much after the explosion. I know I was sent to hide in the house for a while and after the sound of shots disappeared, I walked out to look for my parents. The next thing I remember was my grandmother taking me to her house without saying anything at all. I know why she kept silent.
They walked nearly the whole night. The woman pleaded for her husband to stop so she could rest, he refused and the last time she asked he picked her up and put her on his back. The man grew tired his feet swollen and aching. He pushed forward still, the thought of his wife dying was what pushed him. He couldn 't bear to be alone, not now or ever.
Eating exotic seafood for dinner. Then going for a long walk on the beach barefoot and hand in hand. Standing at the shore with the waves gently lapping at our feet, under a moonlit sky and a million stars, looking at each others eyes and ending with a kiss that lasts for eternity. Too bad it just a dream. I had to stop daydreaming about her and get ready for work.
What felt like minutes turned to hours as I just sat breathing in and filling my lungs with the earthy air around me. If only the rest of the world understood what this was like. And before I knew it, my sister who I hadn’t even noticed was standing by my side the whole time, broke the daze I was in. “Its time to move on, Marisole. This can’t go on forever.
All I knew was that this wound would take a long time to heal. The thought of never seeing her again.. was one of the worst . Now all I had were the memories of my time spent with her and i finally understood the fear my mother felt when we were told my grandmother wasn 't doing well. It 's a fear of never seeing that person again and not being able to do anything, like when you lose something and you feel panicked. It was obviously worse than loosing something because when you lose something you know that you might see it again, but my
The sky outside was pitch dull. There was a tornado blowing outside. At the same time he figure out how to go close to the ocean and sang, "Gracious deva, who is a turtle, Please do go to the shore, For I need to ask you something." The turtle came and asked, "Its not your wife glad being senator? What does she need now?
“Hey” it said. I stopped for an instant to find out who had spoken. There was nobody to be seen. I kept moving
Instead of listening to my mothers ' advice I defended the misguided actions of my friends. Her worries were all true, I wouldn 't feel content within the group because I never bonded with my friends whose interests were rather ill-fated. In March I had gotten into a physical argument with my friend John, our fight was seen by teachers on campus and we had our parents called in. This fight ultimately puts an end to the devotion I had for my friends. I left the group without a trace and put myself into a state of isolation.