ProcessMetamorphosis

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Woo Kim Mrs. Williams Experiments in Writing Process-analyst essay Metamorphosis When I was young, all I grasped onto was my imagination. My undying imagination was dotted with colorful vibrant images of princesses, dotted with beautiful butterflies, and a happy ending. I truly believed that every princess had a pre-destined knight, and I am still waiting for my knight in shining armor. In my world, I was Rapunzel with the lush, long, flowing hair trailing down a high tower. And since I had it my way, there was always knight that came to save me from my caged life. I cried for Cinderella when she was locked in the attic… and almost losing her chance to show herself to her charming prince. I rejoiced when Snow White finally awoke to the her gallant prince and all the pieces fell into place. As I child I was a believer in the impossible, in my sky-high dreams, and held onto my faith. But like all the fairytales… there came “the end.” But “the end” doesn’t signify a forever-kind of end, but a new beginning. It opened up
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