Letter N - Taylor Cornelius 2:00 Notations on the Letter N...

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Taylor Cornelius 2:00 9/4/11 Notations on the Letter N As my pen traces a rising arch that falls and then rises again before it breaks off, I think of waves in the sea . I think of how they build up, one behind another, only to break upon rocky shores. The world is so mysterious, from the height of the sky to the depths below. Waves are a violent side of nature. They bash into any obstacle and spit foam at passersby. Then they drag and drown the weak as they retreat for a moment before surging up once more. The tides create the waves, but the tides are not always boiling over. Times come when the ocean is placid and the water only brushes ashore to kiss the sand. The sea can mirror the sky so flawlessly, that in its stillness, we cannot decipher one from the other. Nature can be angry or calm, happy or sad. It can destroy with the might of its natural disasters, but it can also renew with the growth of its greenery. Often times we abuse our planet out of ignorance, and we take it for granted. Like the ruins of Easter Island, the earth is weathered, but glorious in its structure.
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