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    I had not taken but two steps into the recess when I hit some cold, hard object. I stood in wonder, while my friend jumped on the opportunity to put me in chains. I was stuck to the wall. He began to play upon me, imploring me to return. He walked over to the other side of the tunnel, and put the flambeaux into the sconce. I saw him moving his arm. I couldn't tell what it was he was doing. It became apparent almost immediately. He…

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    another slanted wall with a rope ladder attached to it and then back down a final ladder wall and off the Antigravity obstacle. The course continued on a very brief distance and up next was “The Warped Wall” obstacle, which was a very challenging warped wall. I was able to make it up the wall on both days without assistance, but the volunteers where awesome and very quick to offer any racers assistance if they needed help with getting up the warped wall. Once on top of the warped wall, the next…

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    of my house lies a large chuck of raw copper. Corroded with a green and white patina, from its years of oxidation, the parts that still keep their brown color show no shine, and large blobs stick out of the sides that once connected it to the cave wall. When I would play in that room, I always thought that it was just some decoration, and I never knew the story behind it. Until one day mw and my dad were sitting around a camp fire and my brothers were asking for a story. I was expecting him to…

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    light-weight fabric drapery too, plus switching to a roller shade of woven fabric that allows light to enter but reduces the glare. Although most her clients are hesitant about wallpaper, she says it is a big trend right now to add color on an accent wall…

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    Wesley and I chose the poem “Mending Wall” by Robert Frost. This poem is about two neighbors that are divided by a stone wall and in thes scene, they are meeting to repair the wall. One neighbor doesn't understand the need for the wall since there are no animals to fence in and their trees are different. The presentation to our classmates went very well and we were very calm. We were to memorize our intro and try to as little as possible, not look at the poem. The delivery was very well but…

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    The Mending Wall

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    The “Mending Wall” from what I can decipher is that the wall is metaphorical and used to set boundaries. Regardless of those boundaries Frost and his neighbor know each other well. When he refers to how no one has heard the gaps being in the wall I believe he’s talking about boundaries being crossed without anyone being aware of so. This could relate to a lot of things in anyone’s life, anyone can overstep a boundary by saying, doing, or not doing, and so much more. Another thing to note is how…

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    The Odyssey: A Short Story

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    One beautiful morning, a stranger came into town, he had a shaggy blonde beard and wore a brown tunic. I was wearing my sea-green tunic with a light brown shawl, my golden curls fell to my hip. When the stranger looked into my crystal clear blue eyes, I knew he was a storyteller. He reminded me of my brother who had gone to Athens to fight in the war. I was going to go inside and tell Ma, when the storyteller yelled “Eleni! It’s me!” I turned around and realized the man was my brother! I ran to…

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    Are you hungry for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? In order to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich you will need to make sure you have everything. First, you will need to see if you have all of the ingredients. Then, make sure you have a clean area as to where you want to make it. After that ask a parent or guardian to invite a friend over. Making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich can help you from being hungry and you can have fun while doing it. In order to make a peanut butter and…

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    People First, Rats Second Five indistinguishable figures stand in the arid, earth toned desert, draped under a single distinct tarp created from clearly improvised materials. This makeshift roof provides shade, but not shelter, from the wasteland that these assumed rodents are found in, and in the field of the red and brown earthly hues rich with clay, the landscape is broken only by stark instances of darkness conflicting with the individual, ivory tarp that contributes the bulk of the framed…

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    Divine Providence

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    walks into the sumptuous period bedroom of Palazzo Sagredo, Venice immediately observes the elaborate leaf like pattern stuccowork on the ceiling; putti (cupids) bearing garlands of flowers joyfully fly about the space ornamenting the ceiling and walls. The compelling fresco work, inner chamber dome, and fluted Corinthian columns draws further attention. On the ceiling, above the bed alcove has a dome with these love-inspired mythical creatures flank the gilded frame of a painting by Gasparo…

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