Reintegration Into Society Essay, Research Paper
Reintegration into Society
After thirty years of imprisonment, the once known young adult is now a forty eight-year-
old man. He was an uneducated man, yet very experienced. His life in the prison was a
nightmare. This is because he was not guilty of any crime but rather unjustly imprisoned. At the
very beginning, he had a grudge against everyone except his family, but as years went by, that
feeling started to fade. It didn t exactly disappear as if it evaporated into the air. It was more of
being suppressed by another emotion over time. This emotion was his lost of hope and fear.
Being an innocent victim and wrongly accused, the feeling of his life going down the drain
clouded his mind. The years were difficult for him, and realizing his freedom has come did
brighten him up. For other criminals who were finally released was a day for celebration. For his
situation, it was like a dream come true. Today is the day and this bird is finally released from the
Missing out on the world and the everyday life of a normal human being, the man was
desperate to interact with the society again. However his view of society has altered. We see
pedestrians walking by and would not pay much attention to what they do or what they wear. In
his eyes, he sees so much more. In other words, this man became very observant. The slightest
details of the least noticed things would be clearly observed by him. In a sense, more like
examined by him. For example, he noticed the ants crawling, carrying bits of crumbs with them,
while walking down the sidewalk. When he inhaled that first deep breath of air out of prison, he
knew at the moment, the place was just as polluted as in the prison.
Walking down the street on the midday, he wasn t quite comfortable and preferred left
isolated from the rest of the crowd. As he continued to walk, all he see are eyes staring at him as
if the word criminal was branded on his forehead. He then took at quick glance at himself, at his
clothes. It wasn t much different from what others were wearing beside the fact that it was a little
filthy. Then, he stood in one spot and thought for a moment of where he can get a mirror and take
a good look at himself. Looking around, he finally knew where he was able to see a reflection of
himself. It was the Toyota across the street. The car windows were exactly what he need. With
just the right amount of light during the midday, the man was finally able to see himself after thirty
years of imprisonment. With some degree of hesitation, he could not resist any longer. He ran
across the street and for a minute, he could not recognize himself. He stared at himself and
slowly point his finger to his face, just to make sure that the mirror image was actually him in
there. He was shocked to see what a man he s grown into.
There was a calm side to him and also the paranoid side. His paranoia took over his ideal
image of the society. This side of him developed during his time in prison due to the excessive
abuse he was faced with by other criminals. Now that he finally escapes that once horrible dream,
facing reality was a challenge for him. He was so frightened that he felt a chill ran down his spine,
his eyes squinting at every heartbeat, his head nodding over and over with uncontrollable
flashbacks clouding his head of his past. Without realizing, his interaction with society has now
become a challenge.
He knew time is what he needed and overcoming his fear would be quite difficult. He
could not help himself in noticing little things and so observant with Mother Nature. When he went
to drink some water, he would carefully listen to the sound of the water going down his throat
rather than relieved from thirst. His mind was completely affected by what he went through in the
He portrays the world as never reaching the point to Utopia. Everything surrounding him
has faults and impurities. Even the natural cry of a newborn gets him annoyed. He feels that the
newborn is distracting everyone and only desired the attention as he came into the world. He
feels that everyone will forever be selfish and greedy. People only care about themselves and
about the good. The world is like an orange in the eyes of this man. We eat the oranges and
throw away the peels. The orange itself is fruitful like the high class people and people with
authority, while the peels are like the minorities that are taken for granted. The man also felt that
the ice needs to be broken, and the only way to see the truth is to be observant.
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