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Pretend To Be Justine, Write Your Thoughts And Feelings Before The Execution.

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Laura Munera 10A Pretend To Be Justine, Write Your Thoughts And Feelings Before The Execution. Dear Diary The seconds that pass seem like hours that never end, as I sit and wait for my fate to take me a tear drops from my eye stinging my face as the pain of knowing what is to happen to my innocent self sinks deep into my thoughts , I now find it increasingly unbearable of this harsh reality that is taking place in my soon to be ended life. I would have never thought in a thousand years that a person like me which wouldn't even hurt a fly would be accused of such despicable and unforgivable actions as those which I have been accused of. William was the life of our home and the source of my joys I would more happily take my own life than that of my darling William which I love so very much. At times like these I cant help but feel sorry for myself in a way, my life seems to have been cursed with bad luck yet I have always found a way to deal with each problem and move on ...read more.

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very ill, I attended her day and night praying to god she will get better but sadly she died leaving me 'motherless' and also ill of health, I carried on living with the Frankenstein's as they were now my family. I was soon informed that my brothers and sisters had all died, leaving behind my grieving mother along with me, her neglected daughter. As a catholic my mother begun to believe the death of her children was due to her neglect towards me she consulted this with her priest and he agreed. She asked me to live with her again but there was no change she began to blame me for my brothers and sisters deaths and also became very ill, after considerable time of looking after her she passed away and I went back to live wit my family The Frankensteins. Here I became very close to Elizabeth and seemed to amuse her brother Victor as I remember overhearing him saying to Elizabeth that even when he was in ill health a glance from me would dissipate it. ...read more.

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After the trail I pleaded guilty and sentenced to death, Elizabeth came to visit me confused by my confession, this was when I explained to her that my confessor had betrayed me and threatened and menaced me with excommunication and hell if I didn't plead guilty. She sobbed, and as she did tears leaked from my eyes in pure inner pain. I looked over to Victor who seemed increasingly unhappy as he gazed over to me and met my eye I strange look came over his face, a look which I will never forget. As I knew this was the last time I was to see my dearest loved ones, they satyed for several hours keeping me company, Elizabeth said to me in tears 'I wish I was to die with you.' these words showed me how much she believed in me. After this I attemted to change the atmosphere and tried to bring in an almost cheery feel, yet I failed.....they left two hours ago and now I am here writing my last words, my last thoughts my last feelings before my life is unjustfully stripped away from me, my only hope now is that god will receive me with open arms into his kingdom. Justine Morris ...read more.

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