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Time And Time Again! Essay

459 words - 2 pages

Over the years, I've watched him grow. Through the baby stages to death. I've seen the struggles, the joy, the despair. It was all clear. He never gave a thought, that he wasn't alone in his room. He was never alone, I was there. I was there in the walls, the dirty carpet he refused to clean, in the posters, the holes, in that stinky boy smell he emitted as a teen. I was there for him, strong and sturdy as the walls. Comforted him as he sobbed on my carpet. I was his escape, his punishment. When he ...view middle of the document...

I was there to guide him along my walls, begging for love and affection. I was there to praise him. I was there.I was there when he entered grade school. I was there to comfort him when the kids teased him. He had no mother, no father. Endless torments berated him. I was there to hold him. I was there.I was there when he was 17. I was watching as he tied the rope to the fan. I was there for the plans, the preparation, and the event itself. I was there to pry the fan loose from the drywall. I was there.I was there when he was 34. Living alone, safe and captive in my walls. I was there as he arranged my insides to their cleanest perfection. I was there when he swallowed the pills. I was there to hide the last dose needed to take him away. I was there.I was there when he was 74. I was there when he brought home the gun. I was the one who hid the ammunition within my walls. I was there to cool the room so frigid, he could barely manipulate that gun. I was there.I am here. I am here, watching as he pulls the feeding tube and IV's from himself. I let him die this time. There's nothing I can do, except be there. "Thank you" he calls out on his last breaths, "I know you're there".

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