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Prose personified continued

December 02, 2008

Heritage Academy students in Lisa Prejean's English classes read Mark Twain's "Dawn in the Forest" and "What Stumped Blue Jays." They were then challenged to creatively personify an animal, object or idea. Keep watching for more examples from Prejean's students.

Politics



By TROY COSNER

Politics is a cruel master that can sting worse than any human's scorn. She can pretend to be your friend and protector, and then without warning or remorse, she can destroy you.

Politics is rarely friendly, as her primary function is to be used by people to overcome their opponents in elections and votes.

No matter how well a man may study her, politics is as mysterious as the most talented magician. She is a lone mercenary, who works for whomever can afford her.

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One must always remember, when working with politics, never let your guard down.

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