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  • again

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    Dream the Scream and finally tears. Everynight my mother wakes up screaming. I wish I could comfort her. I know I cant. No amount of therapy talking or consoling can help when you’ve seen what my mother has seen. Death. Death is what she went through when she went in The Hunger Games. Death is what happened when she defied the capital . Death happened no matter how hard she might have tried to prevent it. I see my mother and father now. They are crying in each others arms . remembering . no doubt

  • Never Again Strikes Again

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    together and said “Never Again.” This gave many, including the survivors, hope that this would help better the world. Truth is other genocides happened after the Holocaust: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Burma, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Sudan and South Sudan, and Syria. Though, the most significant of genocide atrocities are, of course the Holocaust, along with Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rwanda, and Syria. These events following the Holocaust proved how “Never Again” did not succeed as a reminder

  • Never Again Strikes Again

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    atrocities (USHMM). Following the Holocaust the United Nations gathered together and said “Never Again.” This gave many, including the survivors, hope that this would help better the world. Truth is, other genocides happened after the Holocaust: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Burma, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Sudan and South Sudan, and Syria. . The following events proved how “Never Again” did not succeed as a reminder to humans to be up standers instead of by standers. “The Holocaust

  • Modern Christianity

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    there was a lot more in life that he should hold on to. He was then convinced that he could find what he had lost and would be able to realize how valuable a life is by becoming part of the big family, Christian, that is. He then became a born-again Christian ! in the following weekend. My friend although knew absolutely nothing about Christianity and he had never even read Bible, finally joined the big family. Another friend of mine who happened to be a really mature guy, living in his

  • After the Holocaust, Vows of Never Again are Broken Again and Again

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    "Never Again", the world vowed as it reeled from the horrors which came to light after the Holocaust - never again would we let human actions sink to such a vile depth as that of attempted extermination of an entire people. It was a promise brimming with resolve and unanimity, but a promise which would go on to be broken again and again. In December 1948, the then members of the United Nations General Assembly, without contention, passed the Convention on Genocide. It defined what the crime of genocide

  • Not You Again

    1607 Words  | 7 Pages

    stomach, red and swollen, surrounded by little purple bites that swirled and covered his stomach, Harry's teeth grazing lower and lower, leaving bruises on his hips and thighs and god. He let out a low whine, squeezing his eyes shut and rutting up again. He thinks he's been laying here for eternity, feeling Harry's lips scrape all of his skin except his cock, at least with the exception of a few ghosted breaths and a cheek nuzzled against it as Harry left a rough and dark lovebite right beside it

  • Moving Again

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    “Moving again?!” I exclaimed. My mom had announced this at the end of the month of February. Throughout my fourteen years of life, I could not keep count with my fingers of how many times we have moved. On the other hand, I understood her decision to move from Birch Bay to Bellingham. Besides, my brother and I were going to school there and all our friends were there, too. Not to mention the drastic change in our family’s way of life, after a couple of months of hauling us from one place to

  • Start Again

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    I bite my lip against a shiver, gnawing it so hard it splits open, but I don’t allow myself to move away. He leans a little closer, breathing in deep. “Tell me everything you know.” I say nothing. I test the strength of the ties that bound me again, and just like last time, they don’t give way. The fibers bite into my skin, raising irritations, but I don’t care about that, I don’t care about the bruises and the scars. I don’t care about the extensive amount of times I’ve been in this exact same

  • Again and Again a Poem Written by Robert Creeley

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    The simplicity and length of the poem Again written by Robert Creeley leads one to believe, upon the initial glance, that this poem will be straightforward and easy to understand. However, this is not the case when considering what this poem is actually speaking about. Throughout the fifteen lines of this poem, Creeley illustrates a journey through an average day of an average person in the modern society. Although this illustration of a journey such as this appears to be simple and boring, the poem

  • Begin Again

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    The panic attack strikes again, this time harder than it ever has before. I have to squeeze my eyes shut as my vision blurs, and I sit down on the edge of my bed, gripping the sheets so tightly that my fingers ache, but the ache is good; it reminds me that I’m still here, and it gives me something to stay focused on. I struggle to inhale, but my lungs feel as if they have stopped working, and I gasp, my breath coming in short, shuddery pants. The lump in my throat grows bigger and bigger, and I

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