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Write Person

Write Person

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Published by: Kaylee Miller on Apr 26, 2011
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Kaylee Miller Professor Jan RiemanEnglish 1102February 10, 2011Writing PersonifiedWriting at times you can be so simple. I love when I can lay down my deepest thoughtsand feelings into visible words. The greatest memories can be preserved within pages of a book or diary. You allow me to record the past and organize hopes and dreams for the future. Youmake things easy to remember and never forgotten. You consist of every sweet memory from mychildhood to today. You are the very proof of my existence and someday will be all that is left toshow I appeared in this worldWriting you allow me to rant when I am angry and cannot speak to others. You allow meto share my darkest secrets, without letting anyone else know. I love how you allow a person tospeak the words I did not have the strength to say by mouth. I am thankful for you becausethrough you I can communicate with my friends or receive information without having to openmy mouth and to not strain my ears. You can warn me of danger as well as happiness. I love being able to read about what is going on in the world and the latest national gossip. Writing youare beautiful in very many ways and I am thankful to use you every single day.While you provide so much wonderful benefits there are other times when I despise you.At times you can be very hard to understand and very difficult to create. As writer Gene Fowler 

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