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English Composition 2/7/08 Professor Johnston Colors Through the darkness, I looked out our lakeside windows, nothing was yet visible; it was only 5:30 in the morning. I sat patiently watching and waiting, gazing out at the once starry and glossily moonlit view of Lake Ontario. The unlit sky slowly turned to a midnight blue, then a lazy bluish gray, but still I sat in my pajamas and overstuffed, fading purple armchair awaiting the new day. As I sat there, I could feel my eyelids giving in to gravity and sleep deprivation. Before my brain completely shut down and fell back to sleep something caught my eye and I resumed my watching and waiting position. In those moments, my brain had contemplated my possible return to the dream world and I had missed an integral part of today’s dawn. I coerced my tired limbs to direct my gaze towards the window again and I could see the approach of what looked like a melted box of the most radiant Crayon’s any eight year old had ever colored with. I had not missed much for my brain
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course ENGL 100 taught by Professor Letersky during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Fredonia.

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