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There is an old proverb which states When you are a child your room is the world to you I believe this is a very true statement and applies to most children In a room of his own a boy can become whatever he likes and make his surroundings fit that idea or theme if you will I have grown out of these childhood fancies but still have an evident theme controlling this place where I spend my time As one walks into my room a large black and white skin catches the eye This tapestry reveals itself to be a skin of a zebra which I acquired through my father on our trip through Africa Throughout the skin there are patched holes where the beast was shot This large item is the focal point of my room and reflects my hobby and passion for traveling Turning to the right the visitor sees other from my other things from far away lands mounted on the wall These things range from Greek swords to an unique Tanzanian lion-hunting arrow All of these things I acquired traveling throughout Southern Europe Africa and America and each have a special meaning and value to me Below this array of seemingly ancient things sits the large Sony stereo system I received for my birthday this year This hulk of machinery adds contrast to the display above it as well as giving my room high-quality sound A turn to the left now unveils a bookshelf containing all of my hardback books my alarm clock my trophies and ribbons and most of my CDs and tapes This storage space is really an unnecessary extra but it does help keep my room from being cluttered or messy Up against this same wall is my bed This bed was handed down from my great grandmother to my grandmother to my mom to me It has been kept because of its value
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