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  • Grotto And Bernadette
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    St. Bernadette Biography St. Bernadette was born on January 7th, 1844 in Lourdes, a small town is southwest France. She was the first born child of Louse and Francois, and had one sister and two brothers. In her childhood Bernadette's family resided at the Mill Body Mill which Francois ran. Unfortunately Francois let debts owed to him go unpaid, then the Mill ran out of money and Francois had no money to do repairs, so customers took their business elsewhere. Francois didn t have money to suppor...
  • Rock Up The Hill
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    Sisyphus, one of the biggest tricksters of all time lived like what seems as a seemingly short life, he was pursued by many Gods wanting to punish him for some trick or prank that he had pulled, but they never got him, finally Hermes captured him though and put him under the control of Hades. He lived life well though apparently taking the title as the King of Corinth, which to some he was the founder, and to others it was handed down to him by Medea. Their are many tales though, where he is cle...
  • All The Pain
    383 words
    Underneath her bracelets, Her arm tells a tale. Of all the bloody nightmares, Inside a girl so frail. Everyday she wishes, For her pain like scars to fade. And everyday she wishes, Her life will turn a brighter shade. God must keep those wishes, Locked in an impossible cage. Wishes impossible to grant, She is impossible to save. All the days she lives, She wishes them away. Hating the life she leads, Dying more every day. Save me someone please, From the nothing I've become. And please don't let...
  • Gimpel's Mind
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    The Pain in a Simple Man's Life Primary motives are described as needs that a person must meet in order to survive. The most widely recognized of these motives are the needs for food, water, sleep, air, and regulation of body temperature. However, one motive that is commonly overlooked by society is that of pain avoidance. The undesired pain may be stemmed from either physical or emotional situations or a combination of the two. If one is not prepared to eliminate the source of the pain, then he...
  • Terminally Ill Human
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    Its been years now since the hospital said that your dad had a terminal disease. The health administration hasnt found a cure for it and probably wont for years to come. You hate to see your dad like this. All he can do is lay in bed, useless to the world he once helped, and wait to die. This story is sadly what some people face today. There are people who get terminal illnesses but never get cured of them and never die of them. These people almost always live painful lives doing nothing, just w...
  • Frida Kahlo
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    Frida Kahlo was born in the "Blue House" in Coy oac " an, a quiet town on the outskirts of Mexico City. She gave her date of birth as July 7, 1910, however her birth certificate shows July 6, 1907. Her father Wilhelm Kahlo was a Hungarian Jew. He changed his name to Guillermo and worked as a photographer specializing in architectural monuments of the pre-Hispanic and colonial eras. Frida's life was far from perfect or easy. She was faced with several life threatening and life changing events. On...
  • Life's Hells
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    This poem seemingly has different interpretations according to its appeal to the reader. It strikes the reader not with logic or understanding but with emotion that we could relate to. Frustration. Sadness. Grief. Sorrow. All these add up to what we feel when we lose someone. Either by death or by love, these emotions are a common ground that produces pain in a human being. When we look more closely in the first line, we can see that 'closed' and 'close' mean different things. The 'closed's he w...

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