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The environment in which one lives doesnt determine their future but it is what they learn from that placeGagging in disgust I inhaled the smell of drugs and alcohol The sight of a group of men covered in dark hoodies smoking and drinking near the shadow of the entrance hall made my heart beat faster and my hands tremble Their red eyesobserved me as they whispered words through the thick clouds of graySadly these people werent strangers they were kids from school and neighbors that had taken a different road in their lives In a neighborhood like this a tilt from the head and a grin was a sign of respect They look upon themselves as they telepathically came to a decision on what to do One by one they separated away from the door creating a path way to my building Not one word was vibrated under the arch tunnel as I walked right through themTurning the iron knob the noise of the door echoed throughout my apartment Alone in the vast space it was my job toclean the untidy rooms before anyone arrived As the moon would shinethrough the window my mother had not arrived home from her second job Not having eaten anything waiting for my mother to feed me was not an option In order to survive I learned to cook on my own which lead to burn marks on my arms and bloody fingers Trial and error I learned to fry chicken without the oil to splash on my skin and cut onions not my handAbandon in the empty apartment I open the books from school and began to work No memories appear on head of the last time my mom sat next to me and help me with homework or even ask Even if my mother was present her help would have not serve a purpose academically as she didnt know the English language or the materials of other
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