Make America Great Again. That was your slogan for your years in office and how much of a lie that was. You have not made America great again at all. If anything, you have done nothing but help tear our country apart and make things harder for people like me.
The Holocaust was a horrible time in history, with over 6 million Jews being slaughtered in a mass genocide by Adolf Hitler. The book Night by Elie Wiesel is about his own experiences in the concentration camp Auschwitz. The title of the book is a good metaphor for his experiences in Auschwitz for many reasons.
One out of every five people in the USA suffers from insanity, according to Newsweek.com. Insanity is a mental illness that makes it impossible to distinguish fantasy from reality, right from wrong, and control impulsive behavior. Many of the characters in Edgar Allan Poe's tales show insanity, a man who made our darkest nightmares come true. Three tales that certainly show insane characters are the tales: "The Tell-Tale Heart," "The Black Cat," and the poem "Annabel Lee." These insane characters could have been inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's personal life because, throughout his entire life, he watched as his loved ones died prematurely from tuberculosis.
Shadow woke up with a start as his mother nudged him with her tail. "Wake up, darling. It's time to get ready for school."