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    Everywhere look today, there is garbage on the ground trees cut down, and polluted water and skies. This is not a new sight for anyone by any means, whether you live in a big city or a small town, you see garbage everywhere. Even as the months change it seems as if the garbage follows. Day by day more is added on top of the existing trash, it covers the ground, and clouds up, and ruins our water and skies. Humans are to blame for the excessive amounts of debris in our world, but, in some places were the garbage hasn’t taken over we have places like this photo. The photo of Avalanche Lake located in Glacier National Park, in Montana, shows us that what we see in our everyday lives isn’t all that is out there to see. The photograph shows us a beautiful, healthy sky with white plump clouds that float effortlessly next to one another. Thick, green trees as far as the eyes can see lined perfectly along the border resting on clean ground, and, although water pollution is something that we see in almost every body of water, looking here it’s calm, and fresh. It is a habitat that is perfect for wildlife to grow and live in. Clean skies make for a healthier and safer life. The photo shows a blue sky with scattered white, puffy clouds resting above snowcapped…

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    Bright Blue Monologue

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    Bright blue orbs looked up at the night sky, wonder filling every drop of them. A girl with tear stained cheeks yet a smile on her face. White clouds floated by. A white moon shinning ever so brightly. It was as quiet as could be, and the girl had all of this to herself. How lucky she is to be alive. She completely forgot about the reason she was sitting at the edge of the cliff. She just forgot everything and looked up at the sky. There were what seemed to be millions of stars staring back at…

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    I first saw Emily Carr’s paintings in a book of great Canadian artists within the library of my Ontario public school. In this book was the painting created in 1935 called Scorned as Timber, Beloved as the Sky. This painting depicts a tall tree rejected as being too spindly for good lumber that is left standing in clearcut forest against the feathered shimmering sky. The painting had a unusually quality that depicts a place that was impossible to go, yet to surrounds Canadian’s everyday the…

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    Rob Gonsalves Analysis

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    People can sometimes feel welcome with open arms in a crowd full of perfect strangers. being around strangers can bring warmth to the room and comfort to a worried mind while not truly knowing anyone. Another person in the room may feel the complete opposite because they are unable to connect with new people easily. In a painting by Rob Gonsalves, the viewer is shown the difference between being lonely and being alone. This beautiful experience of the painting begins by pulling your eyes toward…

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    Another sunny day in sky city, children frolic in gentle arms of the sun, coming home from school. One child in particular was happy, he had straight A’s, he got a new video game, and his birthday was today, his name is Chris. Chris is 11 years old, he is average height for his age, he has striking blue eyes, and loves to play sports as well as video games. As the kids stroll towards home, clouds abruptly enter. A blue flare of lightning shot down from the sky faster than the speed of light, and…

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    The deep blue ocean rising behind the tree line reflecting the same sun I saw that morning. The white fluffy clouds that told of rain floated peacefully through the sky. Along this trip we did not just take in the stunning sights the island had to offer. There were many small bodies of water and waterfalls dotted within the trees, hidden from sight. Jumping into these small pools was extremely refreshing when under the warm sun in the middle of the day. It was not only the pools of water in the…

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    and stood out to me, was how Louise responded when being informed of her spouse’s death. Be that as it may, before Chopin lets us know Louise's response. She clarifies how the recently widowed lady feels by depicting the world as indicated by her view of it after the "shocking" news. Louise is said to "Not hear the story the same number of ladies have heard the same." She appears to acknowledge the news on the verge of excessively serenely and goes to her space to be distant from everyone. This…

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    Daughter to the Sky A non-fiction essay as lived by Cinnamon Spear I was born a daughter to the sky. Vast expanses overhead have become my breath. My family and I would sit amongst prairie hills studded with pine trees, consuming countless sunsets. You could see for miles and miles. The sky would flow from a crisp blue to a subtler shade of purple. Passionate pinks and oranges would come just out of that finally resting upon a vibrant yellow source. I caught myself thinking once, “This…

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    It started out unexpectedly. The storm racing across the battlefield. The crash of thunder filled the atmosphere with rage. Fog spurred over the plains. The landscape ahead invisible to the naked eye. The sky was engulfed with hopes and prayers of the soldiers that inhabited the wasteland below. Rain fell like pellets soaking everything it could reach. My clothes hung limply off my body, dripping with the water that was flowing from the grey stained sky. The mud that was once hard turned into…

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    Creative Writing: Oskar

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    A strange day in July As Edda and Oskar crept forward onto the fickle ocean shore, the tide tickled their feet with feathers of seaweed and sand. It was a sleepy morning in Iceland, the sky was painted in shades of violets and gold. This created a horizon that softly embraced the rocky terrain of the coastline. Oskar, as an imaginative child, who marveled at the marriage of sky and land. “ I do wonder, sometimes, if we are both part of land and sky.” “ Well, we must, for we touch both…

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