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Modernism Creative Task - 98%

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In this specific task, we were tasked with writing a creative task that fitted the modernist era. I received a high mark from my teacher on this task.

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His lethargy hadn’t waved goodbye after a seemingly blissful rest, but he was no more surprised than every other time he’d woken up dead. He went to the tap and got water, only to slump over the sink and have those precious molecules caress his hands. He was fatigued. He knew not why. He slept perfectly. Every night was longer. He found it peaceful now; he liked to bask in the emptiness of his subconscious. Dreams were fruitful and optimistic; a kaleidoscope of fantasies. As the water ran over his unresponsive skin, dripping off the ends of his fingers, thoughts came and went like the tide on Palmer’s Beach. Outside his window Jeremiah witnessed the calm swell, only the jogger and her dog swetching their way across the damp particles of broken-down minerals. He snatched his hand out from under the faucet. He hadn’t noticed that the plug was still in...
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