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Creative Writing. Dear Mrs Robinson, I know that I'm the last person you would want to hear from right now and that I've brought nothing but despair and unhappiness to you and your family, however I would like to try to explain to you what happened all those years ago. Tom was a kind and generous man who did many favours for me around the house before he went home after work. At first it was just the simple odd job but after a few times, I got used to seeing him. I didn't really like black people back then but some how he seemed different. I'd grown fond of him and his generosity. I respected him. I liked him. I thought, maybe I was in love with him. I needed his love and attention. I thought that maybe because he always did jobs for me, he might have felt the same. That is why I pretended I needed a job doing that day; I just wanted to know if he felt the same way. ...read more.

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So he got up and called the sheriff, and that's when the whole story started. When the sheriff came over I was forced to lie, if I didn't I would have got hurt even more. So I went along with the story, in a way I kind of wanted him to be punished because he didn't feel the same way that I felt. I honestly didn't want him to die; I didn't even think he would go to prison. When I saw your face in court I couldn't believe what I was doing and what I was putting you and Mr Robinson and the rest of you family through. But when I saw Tom, I just couldn't handle it anymore. When my father got up all he said was lies and it was breaking me apart especially when I knew I couldn't do anything about it. I felt so guilty. When Tom spoke in court I couldn't even look at him, to know that he telling the truth and not one member of the jury believed him was giving me much more pain then I ever felt when my father beat me. ...read more.

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Even though I have no family anywhere else, I had to move as far away from this town as possible. Alabama will always be a constant reminder of my horrible past. After all these years, what I caused for you and your family didn't seem to go away. I thought that just because I was in a different town, I could forget about what happened. It kept annoying me; I had to get this off my chest because moving to the town I am in now is just making things worst. That is why I'm writing to you this letter, to get it off my chest and in a way it might answer a few questions that never got answered all those years ago. I'm so sorry that my greed ended up in the loss of your husband and once again I am that you will some day find it in your heart to forgive me. Thank you for taking your time to read this letter after so long. I know how difficult it must be for you to hear this. Once again, thank you. Mayella Ewell Bola Awosoji ...read more.

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