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After thirty years of imprisonment the once known young adult is now a forty eight-year- old man He was an uneducated man yet very experienced His life in the prison was a nightmare This is because he was not guilty of any crime but rather unjustly imprisoned At the very beginning he had a grudge against everyone except his family but as years went by that feeling started to fade It didnt exactly disappear as if it evaporated into the air It was more of being suppressed by another emotion over time This emotion was his loss of hope and fear Being an innocent victim and wrongly accused the feeling of his life going down the drain clouded his mind The years were difficult for him and realizing his freedom has come did brighten him up For other criminals who were finally released was a day for celebration For his situation it was like a dream come true Today is the day and this bird is finally released from the cage Missing out on the world and the everyday life of a normal human being the man was desperate to interact with the society again However his view of society has altered We see pedestrians walking by and would not pay much attention to what they do or what they wear In his eyes he sees so much more In other words this man became very observant The slightest details of the least noticed things would be clearly observed by him In a sense more like examined by him For example he noticed the ants crawling carrying bits of crumbs with them while walking down the sidewalk When he inhaled that first deep breath of air out of prison he knew at the moment the place was just as polluted as in the prison Walking down the street on the midday he wasnt quite comfortable and preferred left isolated from the rest of
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