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The Strongest Woman Before me stands the strongest woman the person I admire and hope to become when I grow up the strongest woman is my mother Her smile brings meaning to my existence Her mere presence lightens up the room and her strength has made my brothers and myself stronger She is short about four feet six inches with short black hair about an inch from her shoulders She has fairly normal ears not too big and not too small Her black beady eyes perceptive of just about everything that portray her exact emotions rest between her long beautiful eyelashes Her smile makes my day every morning the first thing I see is her smile as she whispers the words that keep me going in life I love you three words that are overused by society they come and go yet when she utters them they carry a deeper meaning It wasnt very long ago when I began to perceive all she had endured due to my father She never revealed any of it however now that my brothers and I are older we have seen through his malicious actions Before he arrived after leaving for months at a time she was strong beautiful and happy when he came he sabotaged her she surrendered and she became a prisoner He would be abusive towards her both physically and emotionally Now that I know the malignancy of his presence it tears out my heart and eats away my soul I wish I could have done something to avoid having to see my mother with tears in her eyes pain in her heart and having to hold it inside so we wouldnt worry Although we didnt know exactly what went on we knew something was wrong We interrogated her like the prosecuting lawyer does a defendant yet all she said was Im fine go and finish your homework if you need help just holler He would
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