Personal Narrative: The Lion King

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"Oh yes, the past can hurt, but you can either run from it, or learn from it." Rafiki, The Lion King. Growing up, my parents had tried their hardest to shield me from the hardship of life. Being young, sixteen, I haven't experienced much of life, but I have experienced my own hardship. My whole life I've had my future planned; finish high school, at Viewmont, and go to Berklee College of Music and major in vocal performance. That's been my plan, but I never had thought of a backup, or even the possibility of not being accepted into the college, because being little Rosemary, I thought I could do anything. It wasn't until eighth grade when I realized that life isn't all quarter notes, there's some tricky rhythms in life. "Think before

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