Letter to Father and Mother

In: English and Literature

Submitted By nomnomnom
Words 328
Pages 2
Dear Father and Mother,

If you have found this letter, it means I am already in the heavens. Father and Mother, I know I have caused a great deal of trouble and I am truly sorry for all the trouble I have caused. I know the biggest question of all flowing through your mind, is what happened. I wouldn’t have caused all the trouble if I had a choice. I want to live, but I do not wish to suffer.
Paris, is not the man for me. I am in love with Romeo. He is my everything. I could not let you separate us. Death seemed like it was the only way out. I know this is shocking and unacceptable, but Romeo and I were made for each other. He is the love of my life. The history between our two families did not matter when I was with him. Another reason I refused to marry Paris, is because..I was married to Romeo. I’d sacrifice a thousand Tybalts to be with Romeo. That is how strong our love is.
I truly did not want to lie to you. Please understand that I am in a complicated situation. I am very sorry for hiding the truth from you. I did not want you both to get hurt. Please for give me and my selfishness. The reason, is not you, is myself. I caused all this trouble, I made all the decisions myself. So please do not hurt Romeo, please don’t. Knowing it is very hard, please help me persuade the prince? Please help me and send Romeo back to where he belongs?
Thank you Mother and Father, for everything. From bringing me up and everything you’ve done. Thank you nurse. Looking after me, I know it was hard. Thank you for being there. Friar Lawrence, I thank you for everything. Although he held the wedding for my beloved Romeo and I. Thank you.…...

Similar Documents

Mother

... Labor Organization (ILO), Baseline Survey on Child Domestic Labor in Bangladesh, 2006, BBS/ UNICEF, Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 2006, October 2007 All other statistics from Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics, Report on National Child Labor Survey, 2002-2003 2.1 Causes of child labor Bangladesh is an economically poor country. Most of the people live in below poverty line and incase of high density all kinds of basic need are not able to meet anybody. The following reason is very much important 2.1.1. Poverty and family size In Bangladesh the average family size is six persons. In families where children work, the father often works as either a rickshaw puller or day laborer and the mother as a domestic help.  Poverty leads to quarrels; tension and can ultimately result in cruel treatment of children. The mother, being over burdened with work, can lose interest in her children and neglect them. 56% per cent of people of Bangladesh are landless. They either work on the land of others on a contract basis, or become floating labor moving from place to place. Without a stable income the children become a burden to parents and must find work for their own survival. Table  2. Economically active children by region/ former district -2003. 2.1.2 Victims of migration In general, neglected children migrate to big cities with their families or alone. Often they must beg or drift on the streets in order to earn a living and will consider any work that helps them......

Words: 7822 - Pages: 32

Mother

... of the night, when everyone else is asleep, she remains awake to check our needs when we are sick. And even if she feels weak, she still manages to gather all her strength and does a lot of work for her children. Our mother is a nurse, a doctor, a counselor, a maid, a chef, a teacher, a driver, an accountant, and sometimes a maintenance worker all rolled into one. We cannot count every deed our mothers have done to let us live better. Yes, motherhood can be challenging. As your child grows, you grow. You mature into a woman you may never thought be possible. When you are grown-up and face some problems, you will imagine what your mother would do. In the most complicated situation, you can ask for advice from your mother and she will be more than happy to answer and help you. She is your most sincere and true friend. Being a mother is hard but it’s amazing, deep, profound, mysterious, emotionally stretching, and a journey never known until crossed. It is always rewarding and a simple smile, hug and kiss from their children is enough to take away their tiredness. This coming mother’s day, if you can’t say verbally, just send them a letter. A simple “thank you” and “I love you” can make them feel special and important....

Words: 492 - Pages: 2

My Father and Mother

...Comparison Essay My Father and Mother Almost all children spend their childhood time together with their parents. I also grew up and spent my childhood with my father and mother. As parents, both of them loved and took care of me. However, there are three major differences between them. My parents have different views on children’s career, different views on children’s life and different habits. Firstly, my dad and mom had different opinions on what I should pursue as my future job. My dad said I should get a job related to sciences or business. He suggested I should become a doctor, nurse or business administrator. My mom said I should pick up their career and become a farmer or maybe a gardener. My dad was very strict when it came to what I could do as a child while my mom was more open-minded. My dad would not allow me to go outside to play with my friends. If he found out that I was outside he would force me to go back home and be really angry with me. He would also say that I should be either studying or be working in and around the house. My mom, on the other hand, would give me more freedom. She would allow me to have free time. She would even tell me to sneak out and go play with my friends. This leads to another difference between them. Even though my mom would let me go outside she herself stays at home all the time and does not like to go outside. She likes the comfort of......

Words: 335 - Pages: 2

Mother

...It is easy to say that a mother has had the most influence on your life, she taught you how to walk, talk, drink and among many other things hopefully right from wrong. A good mother is there for you most of your life, quick to lend a hand or offer advice when needed, but the trait that impacted my life the most was the integrity my mother exhibited with me and the people lucky enough to have met her. My mother is the most influential person in my life.She has taught me various things in life and her endless support has made a difference in my life. One thing I have learned from her is how to have a success in every step of life. Growing up and seeing my mom struggling and facing the obstactles of life. She was the one who taught me A to Z of life,and taught me several key points to spend a hurdle free life. One of her keys to having a successful life was to always provide excellent helping hand to my father.Another thing she taught me was to always have a clean and spotless character because it increases the moral and value of life to live safely.Seeing my mother as a successful woman has made me aspire to be like her one day.My mother has also always given me endless support while growing up.As I look back at the things I have done in life, it would not have been possible without having someone special like my mother in my life.She has given me endless care and love.I am very thankful and blessed to know my mother has made a difference in my life....

Words: 292 - Pages: 2

Dear Father

... into you calling to make some excuse for why you couldn’t make it or that you were “on your way” and never ended up arriving, leaving me standing on the balcony time and time again waiting to see your car pull in. Then you disappear again for another couple of years, all the while convincing mom to meet with you to “talk” because you wanted to “see me”, when you knew full well that was not your intention at all. Your intention was to take advantage of mom and try to convince her that you two would get back together in hopes that would get you a quick lay.(I know this for a fact from when i caught you at 350 Kerr street, after coming home early from school in moms bedroom and other times when i would come home and smell your distinct “preferred stock” cologne) All the while, going back to your then girlfriend as if nothing ever happened. But I’m not here to talk about your bad judgement calls with the opposite sex, or how you should stay committed to one person and be honest, if that is what you had promised to them. I’m writing you this to tell you how painful and traumatic it was to have you constantly come in and out of my life whenever it was convenient to you, or filled your guilty conscience as an absentee father. Long story short, you come back into my life another couple years later. I was angry at you but you just expected me to take you back automatically? Hell no. You made the conscious decision to leave, choose not to see me and you knew what pain I...

Words: 911 - Pages: 4

Letter to Father and Mother

...Dear Father and Mother, If you have found this letter, it means I am already in the heavens. Father and Mother, I know I have caused a great deal of trouble and I am truly sorry for all the trouble I have caused. I know the biggest question of all flowing through your mind, is what happened. I wouldn’t have caused all the trouble if I had a choice. I want to live, but I do not wish to suffer. Paris, is not the man for me. I am in love with Romeo. He is my everything. I could not let you separate us. Death seemed like it was the only way out. I know this is shocking and unacceptable, but Romeo and I were made for each other. He is the love of my life. The history between our two families did not matter when I was with him. Another reason I refused to marry Paris, is because..I was married to Romeo. I’d sacrifice a thousand Tybalts to be with Romeo. That is how strong our love is. I truly did not want to lie to you. Please understand that I am in a complicated situation. I am very sorry for hiding the truth from you. I did not want you both to get hurt. Please for give me and my selfishness. The reason, is not you, is myself. I caused all this trouble, I made all the decisions myself. So please do not hurt Romeo, please don’t. Knowing it is very hard, please help me persuade the prince? Please help me and send Romeo back to where he belongs? Thank you Mother and Father, for everything. From bringing me up and everything you’ve done. Thank you nurse. Looking after me,......

Words: 328 - Pages: 2

Mother vs Father Relationship with Thier Child

... for a period of time so they can get whatever it is that needs to be done accomplished. So one may ask, “How do you plan on finding out such behaviors when you do not get to see them together?” And that’s the thing; I am there witnessing their interactions and relationships that they have with one another. Since I am a full-time college student, my schedule restricts me from being able to see the parents dropping off their children at daycare. But what I do get to see when I arrive to work at 3:30 is who picks up their children (mother or father), when they pick them up, and how the child reacts when being picked up from the daycare. For a total of one week, Monday through Friday, I took the time to observe the reactions that the mothers and children have versus the fathers and children. I found these results quite astonishing. When the mothers arrived to pick up their son, daughter/s, or son and daughter, I noticed that the children became more enthusiastic and excited as compared to the fathers showing up at the door. Things such as, “Mommy! Mommy! Mommy! I missed you” and “I’m so happy you’re here” would be screamed from both sons and daughters as they ran over to jump onto their mothers for a giant hug. The kids would instantly drop whatever toys they were playing with as if they were irrelevant and having no importance to their needs anymore. Whereas when the father would arrive to pick them up, I noticed the children to have a much different reaction...

Words: 2436 - Pages: 10

Mother

...Every society is made up of blocks of family units. The stronger each block is, the stronger the structure of the society. Families are thus the building blocks upon which rests the fate of society. For the development of good families, a mother plays a vital role. Mothers have a lot of responsibilities, from the beginning of making a family until the time when her children are old enough to be independent and make their own families. However, life is not easy nowadays. Earning money is difficult that is why a lot of mothers chose to work. Unlike before where only men or fathers earn in a family, on this generation it is very common that mothers are also working in order for their own families to have a better future. In line with this, education can be of great help for mothers to get a better job. Because better job means bigger salary especially when the degree they got is very in demand nowadays or in different countries where the offer is nicer. Education also helps mothers to get a better position in the company which may give them benefits of earning enough money for the budget of the family. These women are strongly motivated by the desire not only for personal achievement but also to create an opportunity for a better future for their children. For them, with a valuable certificate or degree in hand, they will be highly equipped and have the credentials to earn a family-supporting wage and opens a lot of doors for many other career opportunities and advancements...

Words: 745 - Pages: 3

Mother

...Our friends and family play a large role in who we are today, and who we will be in the future. The biggest influence may come from our family; my mother is mine. She taught me everything from how to eat healthy and dress myself, to how to react to any situation. She taught me little things like how to tie my shoes and to be polite and respectful to adults. I would be lost without my mother, I can trust her, and she’s really important to me. Here’s why: She Listens to Me My mother is my security blanket. No matter how bad of a day she had, she will always be there to listen to me. I talk to her about everything — even things that aren’t always easy to talk about, like my period. Even if she's been screamed at by my siblings all day, she will still be eager to hear me squeal over my drama-filled teenage gossip or vent about how overwhelming life can be. She puts up with my mood swings, my constant chatter and my continuous requests — and still manages to keep our home, and everyone in it, in order. She Calms Me Down Whenever something becomes too much for me, she is there calming me down — giving me a hug and telling me it’s going to be OK. She can even prevent me from hyperventilating by finding my “lost” textbook (it was, of course, in the open, in the first place I checked). No matter what the scenario is, my mother always makes me feel better. And she does this all with a smile — even when I forget to say......

Words: 281 - Pages: 2

Working Father

...Working Married Fathers Tracy L. Taylor Rasmussen College Author Note This paper is being submitted on September 13, 2015, for Professor Robyn Milliken-Setser G425/SYO4180 Section 07 Work and Family.   Outline Introduction I. How much families have been impacted by the recession. II. How the family dynamics have changed including sharing of household duties and childcare. III. What effect these changes have made to father-child relationships. A. Positive changes B. Negative changes IV. How Society views working fathers A Inside home B. Outside home V. How have marriages been affected by these changes. A. Man's identity affected by ability to provide for family. B. Many wives have taken over as the main breadwinner because due to the Great Recession. Conclusion In four out of ten American households with children under age 18, mothers are the sole or main breadwinner. The recession has played a significant role in the increase of pushing women into the role of breadwinner. Many men were laid off during the recession because the brunt of their jobs were held in the construction and manufacturing businesses. For husbands and fathers, a significant part of their identity is related to their ability to provide for their family. How has this changed since the Great Recession? How are families adjusting? Sociologist Christine Whelan, asks the following questions in an essay "A Feminist-Friendly...

Words: 1593 - Pages: 7

Mother

...Mother The poem “Mother” is a song written by the British band Pink Floyd, and it appears for the first time on their album “The Wall” from 1979. The poem is about a guy who’s got a very overprotecting mother. His mother wants to interfere in everything in her son’s life, and therefore he doesn’t get to do anything by himself. He doesn’t get to develop. The themes in the poem “Mother” is development, adolescence & the “mother to son”-relationship. The poem isn’t shaped like a normal song. It contains four verses, where the first and the third verse, plus the last sentence are the son talking to his mother, and where the second and the fourth verse is the mother talking to her son. In the first verse, the son asks his mother seven questions about the outside world. The mother replies to him in the second verse, where she is telling him that she is going to take care of him (“Momma's will keep Baby cozy and warm.”) They keep on communicating with each other all the way through the poem. It also says in the second verse, that “Momma's gonna make all of your nightmares come true. Momma's gonna put all of her fears into you” I interpret that as a very overprotecting mother, who always keeps everything that she think is dangerous away from her child. In that way, the child won’t get the experience that he needs to be an independent person, so he’ll take over his mothers fears, when he grow older. In the third verse, the boy is telling his mother about a girl. He is worried that......

Words: 366 - Pages: 2

Father

...Parents love you most in the world. So you must good relate with your parents. More filial piety and more communicate with them. Then they would be satisfied. Everybody says that daughter is parents’ small cotton-padded jacket. And the relationship with daughter and father is the best in the family. However, I have the best relationship with my mother. My father plays an important role in my family. He is very strict demands on himself. At the same time, he is also strict with me and my mom. In the house of clean and beautiful, he has high standard. In other words, we must achieve his standard in the house. If you couldn’t achieve it, he would be angry. I remember on one occasion, my desk were messy, then he was angry that sweep fall things which on the desk on the floor. And he commanded me clean these things. At last, I cried when I cleaned the room, because I not dare to quarrel. Though this course, I know that why I would follow my father’s thinking to do that he has a power that have ability to influence my behavior and thinking. My father has coercive power to make me follow him. If I don’t follow him, he would be punished me. And he has referent power, because I want to be like him to become an able person. Even in ordinary conversation, I only talk about philosophy with my father, such as the meaning of life. Because when I talk about some interesting things in my life to my father, he always displays the lack of interest. I remember on one occasion, I shared...

Words: 823 - Pages: 4

Mother

...As a reader, I looked at this text as a revelation. This text gave me a sudden realization that I too share the same background as Tan and that I too have a mother tongue of my own. The text was very relatable in my perspective. Growing up, I've experienced events similar to the ones Tan spoke of. I remember my father being scolded by the owner of a deli across the street that he was stupid, cheap, and that he should go back to China based on his irregular English. I also remember my mother being turned away during parent teacher conference because the teacher simply did not want to bother with my mother's English. My mother and father was not taken seriously just like how Tan's mother was not either. Although I can relate to the author very much so and agree that language should not serve as a barrier to the way we try to understand or be understood by each other, many other people may disagree. Many people do not have thick and choppy accents like Chinese Americans. Not many have the ability to see the image that Tan is trying to convey: the idea of a language that speaks to all also known as her Mother Tongue. Tan also does not consider the fact that many people may not have their own Mother Tongue or that English may have been their first language. Therefore, they may not be able to understand that Mother Tongue is not simply, just another language. It is another language with structure and vocabulary, just like any other language. It seems that Tan......

Words: 313 - Pages: 2

Father Jacques

...Triet Hoang Online Exhibitions The Carmelite friar Father Jacques de Je was born Lucien Bunel in 1900. He was headmaster of the Petit College Saint-Therese de l Enfant Jesus in Avon, France, which became a refuge for Jews andyoung men seeking to avoid conscription for forced labor in Germanyduring the Nazi .Father Jacques was sent to KZ Gusen I for trying to rescue several Jewish boys in Nazi-occupied France. He had enrolled 3 Jewish boys, Hans-Helmut Michel, Jacques-France Halpern and Maurice Schlosser, as students under false names in 1943 and hid others in the Couvent des Carmes of Avon . Jacques and the 3 Jewish boys were seized by the Gestapo on January 15, 1944. On February 3, 1944 the Jewish boys and another Jewish family were sent to KZ Auschwitz. After being sent to several other Nazi camps, Jacques arrived at KZ Gusen I around July 1944. Here he was forced to engage in the most difficult labor constructing a water-reservoir. He also worked on the final inspection command of "Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG" at KZ Gusen I (Georgenmuehle), where he labored alongside Louis, Jean Cayrol and Professor Roger Heim.According to his comrades, "P re Jacques" was a most optimistic person in the KZ Gusen commands and motivated many of his comrads to share their food and to believe in liberation. So, like "Papa Gruber" , he helped many survive.P re Jacques also gave his comrades spiritual support and even baptized some of them in KZ Gusen I. Young Polish comrades of his also...

Words: 1326 - Pages: 6

Mother

...Having a serious mother is quite beneficial for children to form their personality traits. They can learn how to become ethical people and be able to solve their problems independently under their mothers’ nurturing from when they are young. However, almost all children just want to have a good-natured mother who can smile gently and forgive them whenever they make mistakes instead of punishing them. How is your mother? If anybody asks me this question, I will answer that she is truly fantastic. Although being a serious mother, she has a nice appearance, terrific personalities, and interesting hobbies. First of all, my mother is actually ordinary, but she is a good-looking woman in my eyes. She is average height and has a spender shape. As a Vietnamese woman, my mother has a round face and long black straight hair which cascades over her back like a waterfall. She also has a sweet smell of lotus and smooth tanned skin. Unlike some other serious women, my mother usually appears with a sweet smile on her red lips that can make other people comfortable. Under her thin black eyebrows, there are dark brown penetrating eyes framed by long lashes. They seem to brighten my world whenever I look at her. Although my mother’s nose is not really tall, it is straight and thin, so it makes her facial structures harmonious. When she smiles, her face scintillates delight since her cheeks turn pink and two black pupils stretch out. My mother has a narrow and sloping shoulder that makes......

Words: 371 - Pages: 2