The aftereffect of death on differing people can vary greatly. Some might want to obtain pleasure from the nostalgic memories or a lost loved one, some could see loss of life as a reminder to love more, and some could even choose to avoid facing the tough truth that fatality presents. Alice Walker, in "Poem at Thirty-Nine", tried out to explore the heat of any parental marriage. Judy Brunette, in "Daddy", attempted to uncover the same. "A Mom in a Refugee Camp" by Chinua Achebe exhibited..