English Essay

606 Words Nov 19th, 2011 3 Pages
The Disease
By: LaQuonoeishaka S. Quick Date: July 10, 2011
Instructor: Mary Lounsbury

People say, once you get disease, you know you dying. Dying is a scary word to say I’m not afraid. I’m not afraid of anything that comes in my way. I’m just a young woman who is dying from the inside and healthy from the outside. The pain and the memories of this disease just dragging me down but I don’t show it upon my face. I just keep telling myself that I will never give up. At the age of twelve, in junior high, I knew something was wrong. My body wasn’t feeling right. My appetite wasn’t the same. My body weight was surely decreasing. The pain. The pain was so horrible, that I couldn’t stop throwing up for weeks. My friends started to
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It was an emotional day for me. I wanted to just run away and never come back. I would never do that. I don’t have the strength for it. When I got home, my parents’ friend were all there waited to find out what happen. People were giving me hugs left and right. I just went in my room and cry myself to sleep. I always wondering, I’m I getting punish for this? What did I do to serve this? There are so many questions and not enough answers. I wanted to know what’s really going on. All this just made me pass to sleep. While I was sleeping I still thinking about those questions.

Through the pass years I’m still dealing with this disease. A disease with no name or time frame. There is no medication or cure at all. I’m dealing with it myself. I wanted to tell the world that I’m suffering from unknown disease that can kill any day of the week. There are some women out there are suffering for the same thing. I want to tell them to never give up and always have faith in God. It’s been eight years and I survive this disease and so could the rest of

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