Out of the Dust Essay | Student Essay

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Out of the Dust

Summary: The poem look at the heart of why someone "runs away", in terms of what he or she is running from, or trying to find, internal conflict and the apparent lack of answers hoped to be found somewhere else, unincumbered by a past.
When one is lost or astray, they're usually off trying to find something to hold onto, some place for help or guidance, and a way to get home. Constantly searching through the dark to find some form of refuge. A long lonely road it is to be lost and without help. One would often have an obstacle in front of them, blocking their view of reality and finding their way back home and in the case of Billie Jo Kelby, her obstacle was dust.

Many of us get scared, sometimes so frightened that we feel our only escape is to run away from everything going wrong in life. Running away from it all and feeling as if there's nowhere to go, or no one to confide in. We run, searching for some form of relief or some attention to fill the vast emptiness we find in...

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