?I wish her a lucky passage?(1117). This sentence is the key sentence in, ?The Writer? by Richard Wilbur. Richard Wilbur uses key words that form clear images for the reader. Through these images and symbols, Wilbur clearly illustrates a loving parent?s battle to sit back and see their daughter through tough times.
There will come a time in a person?s life when he/she will have to be able to live on his/her own and be able to support themselves in order to survive. My parents decide that the best decision was for me to move out of the house for a summer when I turned nineteen. At first I was confused because I thought that I had done something for them to ?throw me out of the house.? After time though, I realized that this was the best decision in my life. I figured out that they do love and that this decision was the best decision that would help me become responsible and grow up. Now at the age of twenty-one I live on my own and I know what it takes to survive. When my parents first had me they
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