Crying Essays

  • Lord Of The Flies Piggy Monologue

    554 Words  | 3 Pages

    yes I am his aunt, where is he? Ralph: u-umm… I’m sorry to tell you but pig-willam died on the island, well he was murdered really. I’m so sorry. Aunt: crying and yelling “you savage and murderer” Father: come here son that women has gone crazy, are you okay Ralph Ralph: Dad! (Hugs him) yes Ralph: Simon and piggy they died, they were murdered (crying as they leave the station)

  • Devon's Loss In To Kill A Mockingbird

    1103 Words  | 5 Pages

    Can’t erase what written in ink. Caitlin and her dad are struggling with coping over the loss of son and brother Devon in the novel “Mockingbird” by Kathryn Erskine. The family that just keeps shrinking is being constantly reminded of Devon. The family is being forced to watch all of the news reports on the school shooter that took Devons life. For Caitlin that is what she strives for but for her dad it is his worst fear. They are put through situations that really emphasizes how they cope with losing

  • Personal Narrative Essay: The Big Game

    1108 Words  | 5 Pages

    in 4th grade, I had a big game. It was the soccer game. In one day we had about 20 games, and each game was 10 to 15 minutes. When the tournament ended, I cried. When I came home with my mom when the game ended, I was still crying. My dad asked me “ Why are you crying?” So I replied “ We lost.” Then my dad said “ It’s ok to lose.” After I heard what my dad said to me, I cried for 2 hours. The reason that I cried was we were really good through the 1st to the 19th game and I also

  • Comparing Jealousy And All Summer In A Day

    917 Words  | 4 Pages

    Jealousy is a key feature in both the movie and the story of "All Summer in a Day." Jealousy is what keeps them more exciting and fun to read. But, there is a big difference between the movie and the story of how jealousy was shown. Jealousy is shown different through Margot, William and the other kids, and the plot, throughout both examples. In both the story and the movie of “All Summer in a Day,” it is clearly shown that there is much jealousy that can be found through Margot. For example, this

  • Mid Term Break Seamus Heaney Analysis

    1185 Words  | 5 Pages

    from the tragic death of his little brother. The family members observed are rather openly distressed, for they seem to express their feelings rather than contain them. For instance, the speaker states how when he first gets home he “met [his] father crying,” which may not seem too unrealistic for this type of scenario. However, by using a father figure in this instance, a sense of irony is created; men are normally

  • Imagery And Irony In Langston Hughes's 'Salvation'

    894 Words  | 4 Pages

    about. Hughes recalls that he sat on the mourners’ bench right in the front row with the rest of the unsaved children. As the preacher continued to speak of the presence of Jesus, some of Hughes’s peers begin to rush towards the preacher—wailing and crying. While the rest of the children, including

  • Sunrise Over Fallujah Book Report

    820 Words  | 4 Pages

    For example, Irony. At the end of the book, one of the blind kids was crying and was pushing his hands in front of his face. Jonesy risked his life to save the blind child and ends up with a bullet submerged into the upper half of his body. Ambiguity is also used frequently throughout the novel. Through Birdy’s eyes, you can

  • Personal Narrative: The Disease In The Air

    728 Words  | 3 Pages

    “Hey mom” I said as I walked in the apartment my mother and I lived in together. My dad had died when I was 7 and I was fifteen now with long blond hair and couple freckles around my nose. When I got closer to my mom I saw she was watching TV and crying. “Hi Aaliyah” She said in a sad voice. “How was school?” “Whats wrong” I asked She took a deep breath and said “Aliyah, a disease that started Florida that is spreading around every where has already killed about half of the people on planet” I felt

  • Circular Narrative: Film Analysis

    1388 Words  | 6 Pages

    Additionally, Kurosawa inserted a context about how women were weak and how they only played a minor role in society in those days. In Rashomon, the samurai’s wife illustrated how “women cannot help crying, they are naturally weak.” Most of the time in the film the samurai’s wife was to be found crying with guilt and desperation. The wife begged her husband for forgiveness after the rape, yet was weakened by the cold stare of the husband. As the woman was trapped in her own guilt, she asked the bandit

  • Cindersaurus: A Short Story

    1003 Words  | 5 Pages

    Once upon a time, there was a dinosaur named Cindersaurus. Cindersaurus had a happy life until her mother died. Her father remarried a seemingly nice T-Rex, but unfortunately, he died shortly after. Cindersaurus’ stepmother turned out to be an extremely evil lady. She forced Cindersaurus to work and clean for her and her daughters. Cindersaurus was considered ugly because she never got pink scales from her family. Her family hated and mistreated her. One day, many years after her father died

  • Adolf Hitler Dialectical Journal

    931 Words  | 4 Pages

    and it was someone back from camp and they told us that the war was over. We all cheered some girls were crying tears of joy. “Oh,my the war ended,” I cried “Let 's go get the people back at camp,” Ben ordered We all walked very happy and excited to know what’s going to happen next. Moments later we got to the camp and we saw some people dead and some people crying. We go up to the people crying and they told us that the everyone was dead back at the ghetto. I felt my heart drop to my stomach, I

  • Narrative Essay About The Ghost Boy

    961 Words  | 4 Pages

    Once I started reading the Ghost Boy, I couldn’t stop. Not only because it was related somehow to something I have seen but because it was interesting and a deeply moving story. The one thing that surprised me the most was how a healthy 12-year-old boy that stated with a sore throat got so sick to the point of not being able to move. As easy as it sounds, it amazes me how incredible the human body is but at the same time how vulnerable it can be. We are undoubtedly responsible for keeping our body

  • Folktales In Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?

    1391 Words  | 6 Pages

    Folktales have been told for generations and are part of many cultures. Parents use them to teach a moral, to give a lesson to their children and to entertain them with a good story. The original folktales have been censored for the pleasure of the public while still keeping the moral. From “The Little Riding Hood” to “Rapunzel”, folktales all share common traits and structures which can easily be seen throughout their stories. Similarly, the writer of “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?”

  • A Midsummer Night Dream Theme Essay

    702 Words  | 3 Pages

    A Midsummer Night Dream In ‘A Midsummer Night Dream’ by William Shakespeare , Shakespeare uses five major themes .Love is the dominant theme,which is predominant in most shakespearean plays . Shakespeare asserts marriage as the self-realization of romantic love . Appearance and Reality play a key role in the play in the fact that the idea that things are not as they appear to be at the heart of A Midsummers Night Dream and in the title itself. Order and Disorder come into effect when the natural

  • Salty Water In William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night

    966 Words  | 4 Pages

    Twelfth Night is a story of loss, tragedy, and love that is masquerading as a romantic comedy of sorts a perfect example of Shakespeare’s true talents of expressing deep metaphor in very interesting ways. This is a play about the ocean deep, salty, unpredictable, rough and difficult to navigate but after enough time and understanding, you can see the beauty in the deep blue water. The salty water seems very basic and easy to understand but upon closer inspection, you can see the true depth and complexity

  • Personal Narrative: How Loss Has Changed My Life

    684 Words  | 3 Pages

    Everyone deals with the loss of a loved one in their own separate ways. In my life, loss is what has shaped me into who I am today. Over these seventeen years, I have gone through many losses in my family: an older brother to suicide, an uncle to colon cancer, a grandmother to a heart attack, however, there is one loss in particular, that has changed me in more ways than one. Every summer my grandfather and I would go on afternoon walks through his quiet and quaint neighborhood of Springfield, Massachusetts

  • The Destruction Of Life In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

    978 Words  | 4 Pages

    how the Savage weeps uncontrollably at the realization his mother has passed, and the nurse in the presence of this is absolutely disgusted and appalled by the slight scene he was causing. She remarked that he was indecent for doing such a thing as crying over someone. This text substantiates that when the mother of the Savage passes, his intuitive reaction is unreservedly repulsive to the strictly-conditioned nurse, as he shows solicitude for another being. The nurse in Brave New World silently comments

  • Examples Of Odysseus Foolishness

    1021 Words  | 5 Pages

    A hero is a person who is recognized or idealized for his or her outstanding achievements and noble qualities. The deaths of his men are the result of Odysseus’ weaknesses. The possession of the character trait, arrogance, does not help him in escaping, but rather puts him closer to danger. Another trait that ends up killing a number of his men is his lack of leadership skills, or rather the lack of respect and trust from his men. In some parts of this epic poem, Odysseus also displays the characteristic

  • My Mom Is My Mother: My Role Model

    1354 Words  | 6 Pages

    We all have that one person we look up to as our role model. For most, it’s a famous person, such as Beyoncé or even Whitney Houston. For me, my role model is my mom. Yes, at first when you look at this you may think that this is a typical answer for a 16-year-old girl, but I wouldn’t want to look up to any other person. My mom has raised me to be the best possible person I can be, and she will continue to teach me the way of life and how to better myself as a person as well as impact others and

  • The Golden Retriever Analysis

    973 Words  | 4 Pages

    Why this dog has a bed full of toys? - 15 Pictures Some dogs like to nibble slippers, others to bury the food, the third to sleep all day... However, there are some who have special wishes and desires. Such is the dog who wants only a room full of toys. But why? The Family Meet the family Downie. This young couple has a dog and a cat, two beautiful pets who are rarely separated. Golden Retriever is a peaceful female named Mojito Rose Soldan, while black cat is a male and his name is Vader. Back