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He wants to mention about the cruelty neighborhood that he grew up He introduced with violence in his area when he was young In this neighborhood he lost his brother his dearest cousin and several teenagers live in that areaThat is the reason he said at last paragraph This place living smells of death to meThe author means his brother used his physical maturity and strength in cruel way As the Staples said Gunplay had become part of his life His teenage brother spends his time by killing and causing harm things Yet there were chances to do good deeds on that age The document might say about changing life The author said a document I had as though reading it would protect him from what happened in a walking life If his brother had read that document he might learned from it And he would change his life forever The dream telling about love between brothers but the communication was poor Thus they couldnt help one anotherThe reason he started his narrative by describing Blakes death because that is the main point on this story He hurt so much by his brother death In the first sentence on 2nd paragraph he said As I wept for Blake I felt wrenched backward and into circumstances that had seemed light-years gone The fearful neighborhoodI never had experience before with thieveBut one day I faced it I lived around Rainier WA for 3 years Some of my friends told me that I had to move to other place As they told me there was a lot of criminal going on every time at that place But to be honest I never seen or heard that kind situation for two years I came from work by bus and I have about one mile to walk to my apartment Suddenly I saw three huge ladies about my age came to my way I pretend not see them but
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