Exemplification Essay: Saint Patrick's Walk

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There is something about cities, that makes one feel so insignificant like there is a whole system of things bigger than you. They make outsiders feel that it is somewhat of a privilege to be able to even observe the secret, yet fast-paced, operations that go on. Whoever you are, wherever you’re from, it doesn’t matter to the people there. They only see your exterior. It’s hard to join a new group when you are afraid to expose even minor details about yourself to others, and worry so much about irritating people that you choose just not to speak. It’s easier that way. My rowing club, which I joined only a month before, and I were on a float in Chicago to cheer and look happy to the onlooking spectators of the Saint Patrick's Day parade. That
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