Narratorical Essays: Summas ', 'The Three Musketeers'

Improved Essays
The Three Musketeers
My father didn’t like me, my mother tried to make it seem like she didn’t like me. Though my mother put in effort in her attempt, my father did not as much. My father only put up with me because she put up with me. If she’d ever wanted me gone, he’d simply ask her when. I don’t think I was supposed to happen. Not for him, at least.
Upon hearing of my mother’s pregnancy, he optioned for her to abort me. He asked her again two weeks later when she said she would but never did. Again, he reminded her into her fourth month, like the many times he did beforehand. His agitation growing along with his child that lay breathe her stomach’s convex shape. She said she would, and she also said she would when he offered his plea once more during her third trimester. By the time of my delivery he realized it was too late. He didn’t bother to show up to the hospital the day of his wife’s labor. No one was there to hold her hand, no one to encourage her through. When she was
…show more content…
She 'd always used to fawn over me. Comb back what used to be my stark white blond hair. Dress me up in the finest clothes. Brag and brag about me her precious, precious boy. My father could only watch from afar. He 'd resent me more with each new day. The boy he despised to be loved and cherished by the woman he so much loved and cherished. But my father in turn got the love he so wanted from my mother, when I was no longer her precious boy after my scars were no longer easily ignorable. However, my father’s effort was wasted. Even though my mother may have disliked me, what we did share was our mutual dislike of my father. If anything, we tolerated him. I told him that once too, said the only time she’d ever pay him any attention was when he had her on her back and even then not so much. He’d wanted to murder me then, only my mother was two rooms

Related Documents

  • Improved Essays

    I didn’t grow up having sibling relationships with my siblings aside from Presley. My relationship with my dad went to shit by the 2nd or 3rd year living with him as started drinking and doing drugs in High School. In tenth grade, I called my mom and started spending time with her again. My dad kicked me out when I turned 18 and I went to live with my mom who basically used me for rent because she couldn’t afford her apartment. I remember my Aunt Regina saying to me, “You know you’re going to be stuck, right?” And I was for four years.…

    • 1535 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Because he experienced the emotional abandonment from his mother the longest, he puts everyone else’s needs before his own, wanting to please his family, especially his mother. This may be because he felt like he did not please her as a child. Cash loves his mother, but he also understands that she was very…

    • 1040 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Chillingworth knew from the moment he married Hester that she never loved him. His selfishness caused many issues in their family including Hester having an affair. “… ignorance, however, does not excuse Chillingworth’s selfish desire to have a lovely young wife” (Cliff Notes). He knew that Hester did not love him, but he insisted on marrying her because he wanted a “young” and pretty wife. He was selfish because he was a “difficult” husband even when she tried to show affection towards him.…

    • 506 Words
    • 3 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Superior Essays

    Prinsesa Research Paper

    • 1307 Words
    • 6 Pages

    She may have started to say it so I didn’t feel any less loved compared to my brothers. She also knew my dad’s side of the family never liked me and she did not want me to feel left out. The way my parents’ family showed affection towards me was extremely different growing up, and my mother calling me “princesa” always made me feel better. On…

    • 1307 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Superior Essays
  • Superior Essays

    The grandmother believed that just because other people approve of a decision, it is not necessarily the right one. The grandmother was similar to a father, being that she was stricter on the family, and did not approve of everything they did. The daughter and the mother had an excellent relationship throughout My Daughter the Racist. The mother did not appove of the soldiers, but she was too afraid and cautious to stand up for herself. Her daughter helped her find the courage to do so, when she threw the rocks.…

    • 1421 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Superior Essays
  • Improved Essays

    She said that her son was attractive by me, that he did not obey he anymore, that I was an evil person. I was really tired. I wondered why she treat me like that, even I did not do anything wrong, but I knew she was jealous of me because she thought that her son love me more than her, that he stayed with me more than her. She was afraid that he would leave her alone, and he would not go together with her to America where his whole family has been living. She did not know every time he stayed with me was every time she drank.…

    • 1163 Words
    • 5 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    I had some problems with negative feelings towards Paul that largely had to do with the way he treated his family. It was very difficult for me to listen to Paul talk about how he treated his wife in a way that to him was just normal. He never considered her and always did things for himself. I know that that type of behavior is typical for his generation, but it was difficult for me not to pass judgements towards him. I considered his behavior very selfish throughout our interviews.…

    • 1342 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    He was my dad after all and I couldn’t stay angry at him forever. The anger and guilt would just weigh me down. I had a brief time in my life where I was letting my unstable relationship with my dad negatively affect all of the other relationships in my life. A few years ago, I promised myself to stop letting him get to me so much. I didn’t want to be a girl that took out my anger at an absent father on people who were just trying to be present and caring in my life.…

    • 898 Words
    • 4 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Improved Essays

    Sometimes I felt like it was somehow my fault and that I should have tried to help the situation. Other times I felt angry that they would do this to my sisters and I. I feel that I most likely felt this was because they’re both natural reactions to have after something big changes in life. Most children feel that divorce is their fault, but after a few months of readjusting to the new way my life was going to be I realized that my feelings were wrong. I learned that there were gaps in my knowledge about the whole thing and that it had nothing to do with me. The whole reason my mother left my father was because he had had many issues and refused to fix any of them.…

    • 1255 Words
    • 6 Pages
    Improved Essays
  • Superior Essays

    I was tired of hearing that I was failing my children and wasting my time. Before my mother got a chance to caution me against quieting my son walked in. I never really noticed how much he paid attention to me. Until he said with the most serious face I had ever seen on him. “If you quite mommy, I get to quit too.” These words have stayed with me.…

    • 1924 Words
    • 8 Pages
    Superior Essays