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Vans

People look, And some of them say: Those shoes are too old,      Too ugly,           Are they going to mold?                Those must be broken. But no one could ever know,                     Step           By Step These vans have been from Degobah to Vulcan. … Continue reading

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Song of the Oak

Amongst rolling golden hills and between fog-covered coastal mountains are the ancient oaks of Los Altos Hills, California. Nestled sporadically over great and endless knolls, devoid of life during dry summer months, the oak trees of Los Altos Hills – … Continue reading

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A Walk In The Woods

I fled to the night and ran from the known, The shadows lurked; into monsters they’d grown – I was prey for the hunt in a forest of old. Under the canopy I walked far and deep, Full of fear … Continue reading

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Ryan the Griffiths

This is an autobiography assignment I wrote for a bogus required class called “Living Skills.” I got a C on this; I didn’t “provide enough concrete examples.” Different people different tastes, I guess… *** The viridian hills rolled on past … Continue reading

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