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Author Name: FreeJam 0 Comments
Date Added: December 07, 2004 12:12:57 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Children Train
As I sat by myself it slowly went by,
A millipede of voices reedy and high,
But full of promise of lives so be led,
And all I can think to say has been said.
Author's Notes:
I was just sittin on the varsity lawns one day when all these little children walked past in a line, two abreast and holding hands...
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