Describe your bedroom

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Introduction

We all have that place where we feel free to think or act however we please in peace. Like many teens that place for me is my bedroom. Before you even enter my sanctuary you'll come across a sheet of paper on my door where I have written: LEAVE ME ALONE! In over 20 languages. I feel it gets my point across. The second you slide open the door your ears will be delighted by the music constantly playing from my iPod and its dock. It's usually playing Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon {suggested by my friend, Jackie} in a constant cycle. By just taking a quick glance around you'll notice my normally boring white walls are splattered with posters and other miscellaneous "garbage" as my mother might refer to it as.

Middle

to Family Guy to Led Zeppelin and my favorite The Beatles one that has pictures of almost all their albums in a collage of colors. Next to it dangles a rainbow of beads and other necklaces. Above my bed there's a large thick, itchy, green fabric with a large yellow paw print encased with the words "ROCK BRIDGE BRUINS". My thick sky blue carpet is pretty much an eyesore. Over the years it has accumulated a few stains from spilt soda cans and glasses of iced tea. I cover up as much as possible with a dark cerulean shag rug that slightly tickles your feet if you walk over it while you're temporarily shoe-challenged.

Conclusion

It's very thick and snuggly, trapping all my body heat. My headboard is hardly noticeable since it's concealed by a variety of pillows. On the wall to the right of my headboard there are two bulky sized windows that I normally cover with thick blood-red curtains that give off an eerie red luminance during the day and block out almost all sunlight. I find my room to be remarkably relaxing and an outlet for any rage that may be caused by the other six people residing in my household. When in here I'm only bothered once in a blue moon. It's too bad I can't say the same for my possessions. Every night I can easily drift asleep while watching the celadon green wax in my lava lamp bounce around in random patterns. My room is my only oasis in my desert of despair.

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