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Have you ever had the feeling that if you were to close your eyes you could see, hear and feel a place even though you’re not there at that moment? That the place must have had an impact on you senses to leave such a lasting impression in your memory. Being in my boyfriend’s room seemed to leave the same impression. The kind of impression that allows me to remember the texture of all the things in his room, the different colors of items, and the many sounds that emanate either from his room or outside of it. His room is the one place in which any person can fully relax in after a hard day. As you walk into his room, the first thing you notice is the texture of the carpet on your bare feet. At first it feels stiff but as you walk further into the room it becomes softer, as if it were brand new. His bed which is in the corner of the room is softer then the carpet. The silk sheets and comforter just makes one want to climb under the covers. Once I am there, I notice that the mattress, as well as the carpet, sinks in to form-fit your body type. Curled under the covers I happen to look around at the walls, they seem flawless, no nicks, no cracks and no unsightly objects stand out to my eyes. In addition to seeing the flawlessness of his walls I begin to see all the different colors that make up his room. The covers in which I lie in are a dark blue with white checkers. Across from the bed is a single dresser. In which is smooth, black and gold trimming all around the edges and on the handles. The walls are baby blue and the one shelf, which is located above the dresser, is white. Adjacent to the dresser is the small black TV stand which holds all of his DVDs and DVD player. Finally the carpet is the last thing I see while leaning over the side of the bed. It is a dark hunter green in which I can see all the white and orange fur from his kitten. Somewhere in the room I can hear the cries of the kitten who loves to...

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