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My brother Shawn has had a tremendous impact on my life in many ways I neverquite realized how much he affected me until he was gone His roles have changed overtime In the beginning he was my enemy Later he became my partner and defenderOur relationship started out quite rough He wasnt fond of me and the feelingwsa mutual for me as well Mom was in college and dad was at work The only ones leftat home were Shawn and I My brother enjoyed these days of torment quite thoroughlyOn the other hand they were the times I dreaded the most When mom left I became hisslave All of the chores he was told to do were now my responsiblity along with my ownThere were times I dared to challenge what seemed to be an unfair concept of slavery Itdidnt happen very often though The consequences for even thinking such a thing couldbe quite harsh It could be anything from being made to eat soap to being black and blueThere is one particular moment I recall quite clearly Shawn had become boredThis was a dreadful thing because it was also my job to keep him amused I didnt mindthis duty though It sometimes came in handy and kept me from having to do so much work He had decided it was time for me to sing a song He didnt care what it was aslong as he was entertained I was brave that day and decided that I was worn out anddidnt want to sing a song I continued to refuse so he found other ways to have fun Hecontinuously hit me until my arms were really starting to hurt I would have to wear longsleeves for days to hide all of the bruises I finally decided that amusing him had to bebetter than this kind of torture After all singing didnt hurt nearly as much as this didThis was my first and hopefully last
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