Essay On Clear Glass

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The sunlight gets into the room every morning through the glass of the window. The room atmosphere is incredibly nice and lovely. I can feel the nature in my soul. I smile warmly to my window and start my day motivated. Each morning I feel how amazing the clear glass is; it protects us from the harm of nature, but still conveys its beauty without any changes. The light gets to places easily without being fainted. Clear glass is frank. However, it has never been appreciated in comparison to other types of glasses . People might think it is boring, and sometimes they may not recognize its existence until they hit it! Poor clear glass! It has been five years since I moved to this room- which has a clear glass window-and changed myself; I still…show more content…
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