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The fog grabbed onto the freezing air, the snow slept on the houses

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´╗┐Description of photo; The fog grabbed onto the freezing air, the snow slept on the houses like a hibernating bear does in its cave, for days and days. The wind screamed as the smoke overtook it creating a whirling storm. It was as dark as charcoal, the houses looked as melancholy as ever. But the weather was not nearly as disconsolate how I felt. The cold air hit me in the face like a baseball bat, tears streaming down my face as I remember what I have done. ...read more.

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Blood rushed to my face. Bitter. Scorching. Frosty. Sizzling. What was it that I was feeling? Dread? Regret? Would I ever know? I tasted salt swarm into my mouth as my tears rolled down my pale freckled face, suddenly everything began to fade and all I could see was gloomy and mysterious darkness. The fog had finally taken over. I couldn?t escape. I wiped the tears from my red-amber eyes and looked around, all I could see was the swirling winds and blurry lights. ...read more.

Conclusion

My violet, leather jacket clung to my torso as the wind heaped strikes at my back. Stones made of ice were thrown down on me from the skies above, I felt a sudden icy fiery sting of pain surrounding my neck, as I desperately pushed through the almighty fog. I must keep going I tell myself I must- finally, I see a glistening light shining brighter than I've ever imagined I make my way through the fog, I?m finally on the other side. The side where I can be myself. The side where people actually care. The side where we don't have to live in despair. ...read more.

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