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The Fall

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Louie Costanza
Instructor J. Marousis-Bush
5 March 2014
The Fall
British Conservative Benjamin Disraeli once said, “Fear makes us feel our humanity.” As aggravating as that quote can be, it’s so true. It shows humans that our race is not perfect. We are a faulty species living amongst the world, trying to survive the horrors of the outside domain. We went from being a thriving people with such advanced technology to nothing more than animals living in a cage, ever since they invaded our world. Those things put our race of productive human beings into endangered, terrified cattle. Our minds were clouded with the idea that our race can survive, that our little world is safe, and we will flourish once again in this beautiful yet cruel realm. I’ll admit it, I believed in it when I was younger because the idea of knowing those things living on the planet would of made me paranoid. But, everything changed that one day, giving everyone the true realization, that we are nothing more than animals living within a cage.
I remember that day like it was yesterday, and I really wish I didn’t. When it happened, I was ten years old. I started my day like any other day. I woke up and looked at myself in the mirror. I have dark brown, almost black, hair with deep brown eyes, like my mother. My personality was shy, but I speak my mind in certain situations. As I made my way downstairs, I saw my mother making breakfast. My twin brother, Jeff, set up the table with my oldest brother, George. Even though Jeff is my twin, he is way more open than me, and is not afraid to say what’s on his mind, no matter what anything thinks. George, on the other hand, did not look or act like my twin or I. He has black hair and green eyes, like our father. He is a strong-willed man who works in the military, like my father, but no one can be as strong as my dad.
I ate breakfast with my mom, Jeff, and George. But, my father was not there at the time. He was part of our city’s military...


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