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As I entered English this year it was with a knot in my stomach and a sense foreboding lingering in the back of my mind I was not exactly keen to return to a subject that for me personifies my inadequacies on paper At a point somewhere around the second day of class we began a discussion on what defines art I was intrigued my attention was captivated and interests sparked This is a philosophical discussion I thought This was the sort of medium I yearn to debate and explore Fast forward a few more days I find myself entering third period once more now with what has been for me a long lost eagerness driven purely by my yearning to further explore our areas of art even more so a philosophy I am greeted by a freezing blast of damp air I take my seat now in the area for group for this is the singular area weve yet to explore I am bursting with desire to know what I am as though the classification might offer me solace for my struggles with verbalizing what I like in a piece and expressing myself in a form I feel sufficient Our discussion and daily routine go on for a few minutes as my mind races unable to rest my thoughts of possibilities insatiable I smile at my personal Irony actually wanting to take notes As we return to them describing my objective type Identify instantly This is who I am what I love I give myself brief musings though in this thought as my mind is pushed to the thoughts of how I can use this in my piece it will be my instrument for exploration I am now empowered to use these guidelines to guide my -as of yet sketchy- choice for my author among a sampling of twentieth century authors as diverse yet beloved to me as dear friends acquired through a lifetime
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