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    to be rude so we stopped. We were in an ok spot, but it would have been nice to be closer. The Asking Alexandria walked onto the stage about fifteen minutes later after we got there. “Every breath you take, I watch you slip away! You’re slowly killing yourself! I WON’T GIVE IN!” We were all screaming, yelling, or singing the lyrics to “ I Won’t Give In” with Denis the lead singer. Later during “A Prophecy” I was singing along and all of a sudden a crowd surfer fell on me. On his way down he accidentally kicked me in…

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    The song Throne by Bring Me The Horizon has quite a dynamic sound with many different elements without even contemplating the lyrics. The song starts with a short intro of electronic elements that periodically play throughout the song. The drums begin to become a part of this element starting with a fast paced cymbal rhythm picking up the speed. Once the rhythm is at full speed, it drops, pulling the listener into the entering lyrics. It is slower for a few seconds and only contains a steady…

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    Descriptive Essay: My Hair

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    question our dominance, it would be me. After all, I am almost eligible for clearance into a highly sought after place at the table where the most impactful…

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    he said, “But wouldn’t it be so much easier with a sword.” It then occurred to me that I was the floppy fish. Instead of sharpening myself to be used by God, I was being beaten, bruised, and was causing a bloody mess. This is why understanding my calling is imperative to furthering the Kingdom of God. God has given each of us a unique calling. God created me, like everyone else, with a divine design that only I can fulfill – if I’m willing to be sharpened. God doesn’t leave us to squander – he…

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    typically upturned their noses at my family. The approaching war distanced itself further from me each time a woman bought a hat and exited the shop with her lips upturned in a satisfied smile. How could there be war, I had thought, when these women could be brought happiness by a simple hat? The girl’s name was Ingrid. She had beautiful blonde hair that wisped around her shoulders in smooth, unhurried movements. I remembered how badly I wanted to run my fingers through that hair. I knew it…

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    November 20, 1986 in Ashford, Kent, England. Oliver Sykes is mostly known for being the lead vocalist and songwriter of the metal core band Bring Me the Horizon. Sykes is also known for being one of the many faces of PETA and for releasing his creativity through his unique clothing line called Drop Dead Clothing and through his book Raised by Raptors. Sykes’s Childhood Before his Fame After Sykes’s birth in Ashford, him and his parents, Ian and Carol Sykes, moved to Australia until he was the…

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    Coping With Addiction

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    Many songs these days relate to drug addiction or recovering addiction. Avalanche by Bring Me the Horizon is an example of a song addressing people having struggles of relapse. Oliver Sykes, the lead singer of the band, Bring Me the Horizon, had coped with drugs like Ketamine, a painkiller that helps with sore throats and vocal cords. He had gone to rehab for the painkillers since his then-fiancée, now wife told him to go and get better. The chorus represents him trying to figure out who he now…

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    A Few Minutes later the chopper appears over the horizon. I pop a green smoke and wait for them to land. The chopper lands on a grassy field in front of me. I race toward my ride home while keeping my guard up. My motto is: The war zone is the most dangerous when you’re leaving because you stand a chance of getting shot in the back by a soldier you missed or a lurking sniper. I board the Helicopter and I fly off into the horizon. I sit back on the chopper and light one of my smokes, the…

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    life, she wanted Janie to live by her rules so that she doesn’t end up like her mother; she was silenced. With Jody is was the same thing, “Janie loved the conversation and sometimes she thought up good stories on the mule, but Joe had forbidden her to indulge. He didn't want her talking after such trashy people”(Pg. 53), even though she wanted to make conversation with the town’s people, Jody refused to let her have a voice and she didn’t want that. She would rather voice in with them than to…

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    The definition of beauty is as follows "a combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight." Although this may be factual, everyone has their own personal definition of what beauty is and how it is classified. For me, beauty is a calm, it envelopes you with a sense of awe: it makes you stop and ponder at it. Most of the time, in my eyes, beauty resides in nature. It is an even blend of visual elements and the emotions they awake.…

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