Jane Eyre Poem - New job new home and I liked it Of course...

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Poem #2 Once again, I felt the exploitation of my aunt. My so-called “family”. It wasn’t so much my cousin’s physical abuse that hurt, But the emotional one. The feeling of being excluded, unloved, forgotten. Yet I can’t help but feel that it’s better To live rich and mistreated, than poor and loved. School, my sanctuary. Sure, I wasn’t living the best life there But I had a few people caring for me. There was a time when my life turned good. When the time came, so did change.
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Unformatted text preview: New job, new home: and I liked it. Of course I also liked Mr. Rochester. He wasn’t the prettiest young face, But there was something about him. The way we connected. “Got secrets? What a shame. Mr. Rochester, how could you?” Th e poverty and isolation returned. The strong passion, however, was above all. His ties w ith Bertha can’t hurt me As long as I’m now blissfully married The feeling of love that I needed to survive remains....
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course ENGLISH 103 taught by Professor Gonzalez during the Spring '11 term at New England College.

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