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English Coursework: Autobiography

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English Coursework: Autobiography If there is one thing in life that I have learned at my young age. It's that everything you have in this world can be taken away from you in an instant. Looking back now on that day where my whole life changed, it started off as any normal day would. I woke up in my bed with my eyes half-open staring up at the ceiling wrapped up in my warm blanket. I turned my head and opened my eyes ever so slightly to see what time it was. It was still early so I decided to get back to sleep only to be awakened by my dog Jake. Jake was a German Shepherd and was very important to me, there were only three people in the world I could really count on. My dog, my best friend Anton and my girlfriend Sabrina. That's all I really needed in life, no matter what went wrong in my life as long as I had those three I would be okay. Anton and Sabrina didn't get along very well, I would try my best to keep those two apart while keeping them both happy but when they did see each other all they would do was quarrel. ...read more.

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It still smelled like her perfume. I thought I would kill two birds with one stone and drop of Sabrina's scarf before visiting Anton. I arrived on Anton's street. I walked down the road with my scarf in one hand and a drink in another. Anton was standing at the front of his house waiting for me. I remember looking at his ghostly white face, he said he wanted to take a walk with me, I told him to wait a minute while I drop Sabrina's scarf at her house. As I went he grabbed my arm. It was something that would affect my whole life. He didn't know how to put it into words then and I still don't know how too now. My beautiful loving caring girlfriend, someone who meant the world to me had been killed in a car accident. When Anton broke the news to me I was looking for him to start laughing and say something like I fooled you or say you should have seen the look on your face. When Anton came to comfort me I knew he wasn't joking, I pushed him away and ran to Sabrina's house. ...read more.

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I put my head back against the wall. There were so many thoughts going through my head, things like this shouldn't happen in life. I started to blame myself, I thought it was my fault. I felt that God was punishing me. I was a very religious person but what kind of God would let something as terrible as that happen. I didn't do anything to deserve the pain I was feeling. I reached into my back pocket and took out my wallet. I ripped the wallet open to find pictures of Sabrina. When I looked at them, I realised how much I missed her, I used to think that no matter what happened in our lives we would always be together, we were like soul mates. I took her scarf and held it with the tightest grip. I was normally a strong person who rarely showed his emotions or feelings but I couldn't handle the explosion of emotions in my head, it was too much. The phone ringing alarmed me. I let it ring for a minute, I knew who it was. I just let it ring for the whole night. I had only been away from Sabrina for a day and I missed her. I couldn't imagine being away from her for the rest of my life. Mohammed Taguri ...read more.

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