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“Define That Again”

Karima Ramirez, digital filmmaking freshman

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Mazes are never as abstract as they are painted to be when we are children

Sometimes they are getting locked on a loop of your laughter

Or spinning in circles trying to spit out what you mean

Other times, mazes look like the spaces between a person’s hands

But at least you don’t want to get out of those.

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