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The Peaceful Cemetery

 

As we enter a cemetery, we might be filled with fear. We may think of dark nights and ended lives. What is a scary and dreadful place is a very meaningful place for me. This place is so meaningful to me because my grandparents on my father's side are buried there. Cemeteries are important to bringing perspective and serenity, because they bring us a connection to where we came from, help us realize the delicacy of life, and they help us to relax a little bit through their calmness. I have had so many things impact my life and they all seem to end up in the same place. Cemeteries are not the dreaded and scary things of superstitions. They are holding places for memories and faith.

 

My memories of Linwood cemetery are not from within the place itself but from the people it holds. It helped me realize the delicacy of life by taking many people I loved before I expected. My grandparents are buried in my most meaningful place and one of my friends from high school. My grandparents are very special because I never really had the chance to meet...


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