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Lonely person

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Imagine you are a very lonely person; write diary extracts reflecting your loneliness. 5th June 2003 Dear Diary, Today it has been three and half years since I was sentenced to jail for four years. My life in jail is very miserable and lonely, because since I came here no one has come to see me, my family and all my friends have disappeared. Today I was sitting near a visitor area; I saw a lot of people come to visit their relatives, who have been in jail. I remember days ago, before I came to this place, how I was happy with my family and friends, but no one today is coming to see me. Now I feel rejected by every one and for me I'm very hurt by this. It's night - one of the prisoners is sick and no doctors or nurses to help him. I started to think how it would be if this happened to me. ...read more.


I asked myself where all the people were who I had spent my life with before I came here; even my family is not here today. I decided to go to my house; when I reached there I was shocked and speechless, because it had changed and I met other people whom I didn't know, they told me that they had bought that house two years ago. I was shocked, anger and it was bitter painful to me for what my wife had done; I thought, where I will go, because I'm homeless now. I went to my brother's house to beg for help but when he saw me, his face changed. I didn't know why. He told me that my wife and kids had moved away after I had been sentenced to jail and he didn't know where they were now. I begged my brother to allow me to stay for a short time while I looked for a job and a place to live, he seemed unhappy when I said this. ...read more.


I went back home and started to wonder bitterly why I have all the qualifications, but all the companies to which I applied for work turned down my applications. It was a frustrating and sad time; I told my brother what had happened to me, but he didn't understand; he chased me from his house and said to me, 'I don't care where you go or what happens to you'. I felt heart broken, because I never thought that my brother would do such a thing as this. While I was walking down the street, I saw many people playing and laughing with their families. I remembered my family when we were together and how happy we were. I sat down at the corner of the street and started to think why all of this was happening to me. I stayed there for an hour, just thinking what to do, and I decided the only way to overcome this was to commit suicide, because it was all too much. ?? ?? ?? ?? GCSE English Fiction Coursework John Ambwene 1 20/03/2009 ...read more.

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