The inner journey can be brought about in numerous ways and commonly result in intense emotions. This is evident in the poems ?Of Eurydice? by Ivan Lalic and ?The French Prisoner? by Janos Pilinsky. It is apparent from these poems that inner journeys are brought about as a consequence of an extreme physical journey that can prompt profound feelings within an individual. This is explained in Shirley Geok?lin Lim?s text ?The Town Where
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occur as explained through ?The Town Where Time Stands Still? from the BOS booklet and James Mangold?s film ?Girl, Interrupted?. The mistakes that we make and the paths we choose define our inner journeys as suggested in the poems ?Of Eurydice? by Ivan Lalic and ?The French Prisoner? by Janos Pilinsky. However there is a consistent motivation and profound emotions within us that influence us to change and improve resulting in the inner journey.