“Comfort Provided by Room 208”
I’m sitting in a room belonging solely to myself. The walls are white as snow and the room is filled with the elegant sound of absolutely nothing. The thermostat as low as it can go filling the room with cool air. The floors as cold as frozen windows on a freezing winter day piercing my body with desired chiles. In a room filled with my creative projects and spectacular assets I’m welcomed with authentic comfort and satisfaction. My boots in the middle of the floor and uniforms draped across the door my camouflage reminds me that I’m a part of society change. Its 4:00pm and my ears are warmed with loud sounds outside the door sign of relief, frustration, and the erg of relaxation. Taken in by the smell of Hawaiian breeze air freshener giving my room a fresh flower garden scent in the atmosphere. I lay down in my bed on a fluffy mattress that comforts every bone and muscle in my body. Starring into the full body mirror that bring out my true beauty effortlessly enhancing my unique body and face structure. Taking a deep breath and unwinding from a long day’s work this is what I have been anticipating all day long.
“Dissatisfaction Felt in Room 208”
Forced to stay in a place I feel I don’t belong, greeted with a molded stuffy congested bathroom smell soon as I walk through the door. Walls filled with horrible white paint. Stains covering every inch of the wall reveling the filth and dirt that once lived here. Frustrated by the
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In chapter 1 of Sister Citizen titled Crooked Room author Melissa V. Harris-Perry illustrates a study of subjects placed into a crooked room. The subjects are then asked in a variety of scenarios to attempt to re-align themselves. The results came as much of a surprise to the researchers as what the subjects perceived as “straight’ was heavily skewed. Harris-Perry used this crooked room example to support as well as confront the gender and race stereotypes that black women still face in society today.
able to get rid of. At the end of the poem Sexton admits the thoughts of suicide are something you can never get rid of, “and yet she waits for me, year after year” (line 25). Sexton justifies the reasons for her suicide by saying that her thoughts and bad memories will never stop coming back because this has been happening for years and years now there is no going back for Sexton. She leaves us with the last stanza filled with unfinished things. This could be a metaphor for her life that is unfinished because of her death occurrence.
I could feel the breeze skim through my hair as my loose shirt caught the brisk air behind me. This was my sanctuary, the feeling was bliss. I made my way home, bracing myself for the approaching argument I was about to have with my mother. That feeling of pleasure left my body as quickly as it arrived. I stepped into the front door, and closed it behind me as quietly as I could, maybe she wouldn't notice I was late home. But before I could even take the first few steps inside, I heard mum coming from the kitchen,
This is an essay which will primarily discuss the items in my life and possibly your life which particularly annoy, aggravate, irritate, infuriate or events in life we just find completely maddening. This essay is almost based on the novel, called "Room 101".
Along the Little Miami river lays an unincorporated community called Kings Mills, Ohio. To put it into perspective this community lies less than a mile east of Kings Island, the renowned amusement park. Kings Mills is home to many urban legends, spook stories, and haunts. Many of which can be googled however, this one cannot.
Living in a place I shouldn’t is ruining my life! How would you like to take cold showers every day in a public bathroom? We cannot even go to the bathroom by ourselves because it’s not safe. One thing that really bothers me is that I do not have any time for myself and
The visual perception field is a very old are of study in psychological research. From ancient Greece to modern day scholars, philospher and psychologists have been studying on visual perception for centruries. As a result of people studying visual perception for such a lengthy amount of time, ground breaking researches have been conducted by many observers like Emil Emmert. In1881 it was found by Emil Emmert that an objects size afterimage seems to vary in size based on whether it is positioned close or farther away. When near by the object looks small. And the farther away it gets, the size of the object becomes noticeably larger. It’s perceived size is thought to be fixed on the retina and as it increases the perceived distance is also thought to increase consecutively. This
I sulk in a set of run down townhouses. The once pristine paint that resembles those white picket fences, peels from the outer shell of the foul smelling inside and is stained with careless
2 dollars and 23 cents. That's all the money Meghan has to buy her friend a present for their anniversary. She's been begging for bargains at markets, but the cashiers shook their heads each time. She ran to her house and crashed into her bedroom and sobbed. She cried into her pillow while her husband walked through her apartment door.
Lucy Honeychurch is a dynamic protagonist in A Room with a View and her voyage to Italy drastically changes her perspective about conforming to society. Lucy is from the English middle class, and her family sends her to Italy with her cousin Charlotte for a cultured experience to become more sophisticated and educated. This vacation is irregular; Lucy develops a romantic relationship with George, and she challenges her past judgements of English society. This vacation signifies the beginning of Lucy’s growth as an individual. The title A Room with a View states the progression of Lucy Honeychurch’s accidental journey of introspection and her desire to find independence and escape from English social norms.
Sometimes it can be easier to let others make decisions. People find comfort in letting others decide deadlines or goals. People can find direction in others’ choices for them that they could never have possibly come up for themselves. That having been said, life also requires ownership. A person’s life is full of options and can mean so much more if personal decisions are made within. It certainly is difficult, but the struggle often makes the result all that much sweeter. Such is the case in E.M. Forster’s novel A Room with a View. Throughout the story Lucy is stuck within the rigid, cookie-cutter class system. She finds herself surrounded by people who mindlessly go with expected actions and must walk in step behind all the adults in
The place where I feel the most comfortable, and show my personality, is my bedroom. This is the place where I can really be myself and do what I want; it’s the place I come home to, and wake up every day. My room makes me feel comfortable because it is my own space. My house is always crazy, with my dog barking, and my siblings running around making noise, my room is the only place in the house where I can come and relax without caring about everything else, the only place that I can go to clear my mind.
A typical day at my grandparent’s cabin in the Black Hills consists of a lot of sitting around and just hanging out. Some days the whole family will go on a four wheeler ride for most of the day. Sometimes we will go do something like visit a cave or drive to Rapid City or Custer or Hill City or some other town out there. My Grandma cooks the best meals. You look forward to every single meal knowing that it was going to be a great one. My dad’s side of the family includes Stetson and Nick. Not many people outside of my family have been to my grandparent’s cabin, so I’ll give you a little description, it’s not very small. The main house consists of 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, plus a lot of space in the kitchen and living room. Next, you have a smaller guest house which consists of 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, plus a garage.