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Writing as John Proctor on the gallows.

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Writing as John Proctor on the gallows So this is it. I never imagined it would all end this, it's all so scary, everyone is looking at me. Why do they all want to see me die? Should I have just lied and signed to say I was working for the devil? At least then I would stay alive. If I just had another day to say goodbye to my children and my wife properly whom I love so much. ...read more.


How could I think of exchanging her for anyone, she's so kind, deeply loving and trusting? What was I thinking having an affair with Abby? Oh my dear family, how will they cope without me? I will never get to see my children grow up and I will never see my newborn baby. I hope my boys never forget me. Maybe Elizabeth will find someone else who will love her so she can be happy and he can help Elizabeth bring up the children in my place. ...read more.


Perhaps these people stood watching are just scared themselves, that if they try to help me they would get accused as well? I forgive them for not being brave enough to stand up for that they feel right. I hung the door on the church, now they're hanging me! I cant blame anyone for what's going to happen to me, why should I blame others, it wont make things any better and it wont change anything. What's happened in my life had happened and its not anyone's fault. A sudden calm has come over me, I'm at peace with myself and I've made my choices to leave and go to a better place. ...read more.

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