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  • New Trickle Of Memories
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    Beloved Essay: Flashbacks Revisit the Dry Well, Find a New Spring Toni Morrisons novel Beloved swims like a garden pond full of minnows with thoughts and memories of days gone by. Each memory is like a drop of water, and when one person brings up enough drops, a trickle of a stream is formed. The trickles make their way down the shallow slopes and inclines, pushing leaves, twigs, and other barriers out of the way, leaving small bits of themselves behind so their paths can be traced again. There ...
  • Love With The Tailor Farm
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    Where Happiness Comes From by Tonia L. Harmon Their farm was two hundred acres of corn fields, cows, pigs, and, of course, chickens. No farm would be complete without chickens. At the southeast corner of the farm, behind the smaller corn field, was the brook with clear cold water that reached past my knees. On most weekends my family would go to visit our friends, the Tailors, who had at one time seven boys to keep them company. All of them were grown with their own lives to attend to, except fo...
  • Jess Brandon
    552 words
    PoopliberaryJ~a"y says: o well im walking with jess and kelsey to first block and they started talking about josh J~a"y says: and jess was like i like josh you should get with him~a"y says: i bout punched her lights out~a"y says: kelsey was just like no i dont want a boyfriend Brandon says: hah a that's funny~a"y says: i cant stand jess Brandon says: haha~a"y says: that was just a slap in my faceJ~a"y says: she new i was there Brandon says: yup should a slapped her Brandon says: lolJ~a"y says: w...
  • Back On Her Childhood Memories
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    Themes in To Kill a Mockingbird are as relevant today as they were in the 1930's. Many of the ideas expressed in the book are still just as important today. For instance, childhood memories are just as significant to the present day world as they were back then. They are something to look back on and learn from. The whole book was pretty much a childhood memory for Scout because she is looking back on her life after she became older and wiser. For example, at the way beginning of the novel she s...
  • E.B. Once More To The Lake
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    An Analysis of Once More to the Lake The smell of an old wood cabin or the feel of a cool lake breeze against one's face can bring back many fond memories for many people. The senses, in their own way, can physically bring back memories that seem so real you can get lost in your own imagination. E.B. White tells in the essay Once More to the Lake about how his trip back to a childhood vacation spot not only took him to the lake, but also sent his imagination back in time. As a boy, White and his...

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