Personal Narrative: The Lessons We Learn From Failure

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Prompt 2:The lessons we learn from failure can be fundamental to later success. Recount an Incident or time when you experienced failure. How did it affect you, and what did you learn from the experience? The red dragon ascended from the sky, and started attacking the kingdom. Its fire was burning the entire kingdom. The purple dragon rose up and tried to defend its kingdom. The dragons stared at each other with a look of rage before attacking.The red dragon was stronger, and the purple dragon fell to the ground. It was defeated, but it still got up so it could achieve its goal. It flew up to the red dragon and attacked-the screen turned black. I looked over, and saw my mom holding the wire in her hand. “Start your homework,” she said sternly.…show more content…
This was happening everyday since my tutor moved away. My grades were slipping, I was losing focus and failing tests for the first time. I finished my homework quickly leaving any answers I didn’t know blank, and started playing the game again. The next day, I walked into math class and my teacher gave the class a pop quiz on the homework. I looked over the homework I did quickly. I hardly knew anything on the quiz, and I got a thirty-seven percent on the quiz. This made my grade suffer a lot. For the first time, in my life I was failing a class, I knew my parents wouldn’t be proud. That day I decided that I was going to ask my teacher for help. I walked into class the next day, and saw a student asking the teacher for help. “Are you serious?” the teacher asked. “We’ve been in this unit for two weeks and you have questions now.” I got scared if I go now the teacher will be furious I thought, so I didn’t ask any

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