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"I shredded it and scattered it to the wind."
I like the slight alliteration in the sentence; literary devices really do go a long way in making a piece of writing better! I also like the imagery, firstly with the angry connotations attached to the word shredded, then the imagery of the paper flying off into the wind, giving a sense of finality and regret.
In this piece, the ending line felt more like a rhetorical question, so in this case, the inquiry gives a sense of hopelessness. It implies that the narrator, the one in charge of the story, does not quite know the answer either, that the ending of the story will always be out of reach.
This is such a real piece of writing, talking about a subject that a lot of people would encounter, yet it is still incredibly hard to deal with. Thank you for putting the despair of rejection in words!