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 Front Matter
 Teachers
 Sports
 Student activities
 Yearbook credits
 And sports...
 People
 Back Matter
 Back Cover
 Spine














Group Title: Yongester
Title: Yongester. 1974
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Title: Yongester. 1974
Series Title: Yongester.
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Language: English
Creator: P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
Publisher: P.K. Yonge Laboratory School
Publication Date: 1974
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 1a
    Front Matter
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
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        Page 12
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        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Teachers
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
    Sports
        Page 24
        Page 25
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        Page 31
        Page 32
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        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
    Student activities
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
    Yearbook credits
        Page 51
        Page 52
    And sports...
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
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    People
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    Back Matter
        Page 96
        Page 97
    Back Cover
        Page 98
        Page 99
    Spine
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and then the dawn
the feeling of life coming
the noises of small creatures
and the glory of colors
the beautiful purple sky
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Carefree and happy
Is childhood's way.
Arms wide open
To welcome each day.
Watching the world
Through indifferent eyes
No worries at all
Under timeless skies.
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The thought,
the feeling, FEAR
the belief
of one is I'm not good, I'm not right,
needlessly I wish I could run or even
pushed into fight.
the But the memory follows me,
world But it I cannot see.
of another, I wish it wouldn't hang over
one hurts or my head,
even kills I wish it wouldn't cause me
that world, dread,
and one I wish it would leave me alone
rarely I wish I was not its home.
knows it. But most of all
- Suzan I wish I knew
Pafford What it was .
Betsy Carrera



Solitude ever flowing
Silence ever knowing
No dreams to mar the beauty
No pain to kill the joy
Take a walk down by the pond
and watch the sun set
never touched by man
And yet my life
in its smallness
touched by many
a wave and a smile
brings a peace of mind
that few can find.
The wind in the trees
and a bird's call
are my companions
alone, but not lonely
a ripple on the water of glass
from the jump of a fish
breaking life's flow
but soon smoothing out
I float with the clouds
and grow as the trees
and lie on the earth
totally One.
better said in thoughts
not in words ..

Bob Wallace







I felt like a blade of grass
or a leaf on a tree
just something
a statistic
until you came
now I'm someone
still human
but a person.
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Life is learning
Learning to live
Learning to love others
Learning to live with others
Life:
happiness, sadness,
conflicts, violence,
beliefs, religion,
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I was sitting in the classroom
trying to look intelligent
in case the teacher looked at me.
She was long and she was lean
She's a middle-aged dream
And that lady means the whole world
to me.

It's a natural achievement,
Conquering my homework.
With her image, pounding in my brain
she's an inspiration
for my graduation
and she helps to keep the classroom
sane.

Oh, teacher, I need you
like a little child.
You got something in you
to drive a schoolboy wild.

You give me education
in the lovesick blues.
Help me get straight, come out and
say .
Teacher, I need you.

I have to write a letter,
Tell about my feelings,
Just to let her know the scene.
Focus my attention
On some further education
in connection with the birdies and the
bees.

So, I'm sitting in the classroom,
I'm looking like a zombie,
I'm waiting for the bell to ring.
I've got Don McFadyen stances -
I've got Robert Stahl advances -
And it doesn't mean a doggone thing.
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Danny Mesa
Jamie Watts
skits Drama Club (1st
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Drama Club
Mr. Huber's Class
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homecoming court


King and Queen Gary Scott
Sherrye Hester
Prince and Princess David Barnard
Terry Hester
Faculty Duke and
Duchess Don McFadyen
Jo Ann Mixon
Court Bonnie Broyles, Ben Chafin,
Josh Hellstrom, Scott McClain,
Leslye Pennypacker, Claudia
Smith, Kay Streit, Dale
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The 1974 PKY yearbook was possible thanks to the
work of:
editor: Bob Wallace
and
Mary Cornett, for her excellent guidance and
fabulous typing fingers
Mike Thompson, for his late night printing(?)
sessions
Lisa Barlow, for her artistic abilities
and
Julio Quintana, Maria Quintana and Donna
Walsh for their last minute work.
and thanks to photographers
Mark Bigelow
Alan Carnell
George Garcia
Charlie Haupt
John L. Holliman
Bill McGraw
Aaron Markel
Greg Moore
Steve Morgan
Julio Quintana
Maria Quintana
Danny Schwartz
and
Betsy Carrera
Lucinda Cripe
Elaine Dale
Sarah Edwardson
Fred McKerichan
Beth Raye
Warren Reid
Lisanne Renner
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Dreams


I wish I could fly away
To a faraway place
Where no one knew me
Or what I've done
Or where I've been.
I could start life anew
Meet new people
And do new things.
But I can't fly.
So I must go on
Living my old life
The old way.


Mary Alford


Anita Melissa Joel Mary David Renee Wesley
Abbott Abbott Achenbach Alford Anderson Andrews Avery


Barry Brenda Tina
Banks Barnard Beazlie


Dana Ben Viva Calvin Cathy
Beck Beers Benton Bock Bodine










Marianne Betsy Virdell Charles Eugene
Booth Barnemann Bowles Bradwell Brown


middle school


Brownie Peter
Browning Bryan


Peter Ronald
Carnell Carter










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Sonya Edward Ricky Tony Kim Buck Lisa Julie Louis Louise
Carter Caudle Childers Chisholm Christensen Colvin Confer Converse Cook Cook





John Byron Coralee Lacy Kurt Linda Jackie Mary Greg Janice
Copeland Corbett Corbin Crider Crist Cromwell Cromwell Cullen Cunningham Dickerson





Ed Lisa Alison Susan Bill Karen Adam Martha Brooks Craig
Eastwood Elgerd Elliot Elliott Emerson Entner Evans Fabrick Ferguson Filer





Arracheo Sally Pam Kathy Myies Trey Arun Brad Michele Sandra
Fitz Fitzman Flowers Freeman Fried Furlow Garg Gessner Gessner Goffman





Pam Debra Antoinette Garlinda Alison Clarence Henry William Peggy Tim
Grantham Green Greene Green Greer Gregg Gregg Gregg Grey Grose





Barry Mark Felicia Carol David Dana
Guertin Hackert Hall Harris Hartley Haviland





Calvin Rita Nat Zach Becky Raymond
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Debbie Kate Wanda Donna Leslie Sharon Dawn Jill Vee Charlie
Hone Howard Howard Huseman Irey James Johnson Jordan Kaiser Kane


Josh Ken Steve Hillis Greg Melissa Laura Cindy Tari Billy
Kaufman Kaufman Kaufman Lake Liebman Liebman Uvengood Long Loseke Mathis


Lanny Johnnetto Judy Teresa Marya Tim Karla Knox Steve Betsy
Mathis Mallory McClellan McCoy McFadyen McGuire Millsaps Millsaps Montelaro Morgan


Joan Cheryl Vicki
Morgan Morris Mullen
My Favorite Place

When I am confused, depressed, or
angry, there is one place I would love to
go. The air is still except for the low mur-
muring of the brook, and the sweet sing-
ing of the birds. The atmosphere is per-
fect, because of the cool green, gray
shadows of the trees that keep out the
burning rays of the sun, but let a few gol-
den rays in for light. The earth is soft and
moist. If you are lucky, you will see a soft
bed of moss on the side of the tree that is
just right for sitting in. Then you pull out
your book and read until the sun is low.
-Mary Alford


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Shelly Elam
Pafford Patterson


Sergio Robin John Alison
Quintana Ramsey Rawles Ray


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Lisa Lolly Greg Brian
Shey Sholtes Smart Stepan


Pam
Swinson


Brent Marcia
Van Arnam Wallace


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Atrice David Frank Nancy
Williams Williams Williams Williams


Joel Eugene Augie Tinka
Pearson Pennisi Peoples Phillips









Cindy Brian Charles Lenora Jenan Tommy
Ray Rosenbaum Ruelke Ruelke Self Sharp









John Mary Jane Wes Doug Tina Jay
Stone Strickland Strickland Stringfellow Stringfellow Swinson









Forest Gordon Mary Cathy Marc Scotty
Ward Ward Wamick Weaver Weinstock Welcome









Ron Carl Mollie Lori Debbie Zandy
Wills Winefordner Wing Wise Wooley Zettler
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Bob Peter Marcus
Adamson Ahmed Bailey


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Sandra
Bean


Steve
Bennett


Cheryl Randy
Berner Blitch


Liz
Bodine


Valerie Joani
Bradwell Burch


Jerry Gary Selwyn Cheryl Lavone Everett
Carnes Cunningham Crawford Cromwell Chisholm Caudle





freshmen


Teresa
Benton


Janice
Bowles


Steve
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- Lisanne Renner


When I was little
I had no questions.
I was content with building churches
out of books for praying mantises
and waving to choo choo trains.
But now nothing makes sense and


Glenna
Durrance


Hardin
Doby


Karl
Dinkier


Margaret Tracy Vonnie
Easley Fitz Ferguson


Valerie
Goodwin
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Jimmy Jill
Hare Haven


Elaine Artis Neal
Haves Howard Horner


I have so many questions
that no one can answer .
Why do so many nice people suffer?
Why do so many awful things happen?
Why are there so many unanswered questions?
Why doesn't apple juice have bones?


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Lynn
Earlywine


Ronnie
Estes


The wings of life
take us far and wide.
And yet, some of us
venture only to seek a
high building and a desk.
Day after day,
some of us go only
far enough
to the top floor
where the elevator stops.
Then we step out
and enter into
our world of
paper and full wastebaskets,
our world of
noise and machines
and clicking of typewriters.
But manl
Stopl
Use your wings
to take you to
the tallest and greatest
building in the world.
The building that has
windows so you can see all.
Use your wings
to seek your soul.
Now I have reached
the highest building
where I can see all.
But there are yet many
things I must still
strive to see.
My wings have taken me
so that all is clear,
but I must now seek again.
To seek my soul
and to find it
is half my life
and to explore the inside
is the other half.


Eric
Entner


- Stella Sung


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Debbie
Leath


Reggie
Lee


Charles
MacCauley


Suzy Neil Shashi
Masson Mathews Mathur


Andy Donnie Kenny
McCormac McFadyen Morgan


Megan Greta Roger
Murphy Nurenberger O'Neal


Priscilla
Holton


John
Kniffem


Margaret
Hodges


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Gary Flint Donnie Garey Peter Kirk Betty
Rothwell Sarra Sessions Sharpe Small Smith Sommers


Mitzi Cheri Terri Rita
Stein Story Story Straughn


Kim Stella
Streit Sung


Steve Bobbi
Trimmer Wagemaker


Kenny
Welcome


Susan
Williams


Edy
Zettler


Danny
Schwartz


Aleta
Tesar


Kay
Wallace


Phil
Winefordner
















i close my eyes
dreaming
as the ocean's song fills my heart
i wander endlessly
searching my life away
but i always return
to my friend the ocean
who calms me
and listens to my
tears touching the sand
Sarah Edwardson



From the valley below, mountains
rimmed the sky
Above, the infinite vault was
laid bare to my eye
Flecked with the sparks of
random devise
The vastness of which humbles
the wise
Endless as time, timeless as space
Where nothing and everything
all have their place
So rich and so strong, so
powerful and proud
Before its timeless vastness
man is laid bare of his egotistical
shroud
Men of power stand proud and
stand tall
Yet to its vastness they are
so small
So immense that the end will
never be found
It will go on unchanged after
we've all rotted in the ground
The only protection I ever will
see
The perfection of infinite
perfection at last revealed to
my eye
Alas I am mortal and doomed
from the beginning to die.
Fred McKirachan



music fills my spirit
setting it free
thinking of the past
of love
of life
wishing to be happy
wondering where i'll go
knowing someday i'll find
what i'm looking for
Sarah Edwardson


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Billy V/ Bryan
Abrams Anderson


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Kathleen
Barth


Margaret Paul
Bielling Brewer


Phoebe V
Brookbank


Beth Jack
Barnard Bates


Gina V/
Browning


Tecla
Byvoet


Bubba Frank
Carlisle Carrera V


Bill Cynthia
Childers Crider


Candice
Crevasse


Krista
Bailey


Steve
Bernstein


Kevin
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Angle David John
Dowson Deaderick Deloney


Jim Bubba
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Sarah Pam
Edwardson V Ellis


Jerry
Edwards


Cathy / Mark
Everett Fitzstevens


Delano / Ann
Filer Freund


Beth George
Furlow Garcia


Kathy Binney
Gunter Haenel


John Hugh
Hare Harrer


Greert.


Carl
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Charlie Janet Jay John L.
Haupt Hayes Hogan Holliman


Stewart
McGowan


Joe Susan
Jordan Lake


Margaret
Leadon


Tammy
Murray


Carol /
Lynch V


David /
Nickens


Robert
O'Byrne


Julie
Paschall


Leslye
Pennypacker


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Paul
Robbins


Kristen Marcella
Schiebler Schiebler


Frank Parker Martie
Sholtes Small Smith


Linda Lynn Nancy
Soar Straughn Taylor


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Webb


Malcolm
Teas


Rodney
Welch


Marc / Pam Greg
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sitting under tall pine trees
listening to the birds
I can really talk to you
without even using words

you say it as you look at me
you say it with your smile
you tell me that you love me
and you'll be here awhile

out here close to nature
on the grassy earth
I wish that I could tell you
how much to me you're worth.


- Donna Walsh







The Future
The future is a locked room
Whose key has not yet been made.
It is a room with thick walls and no windows.
You can only guess the contents of the room
And the chances of your being right are slim.


The key to the room is hard to find.
Many hopes and dreams are molded into ke
But only one key opens the door.
And the key that fits the lock
Is not always the one you want.


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- Elaine Dale

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a dreamer sleeps in security
a dreamer lives in trust
a dreamer lives with the assurance of peace
a dreamer has his own world, where pain
and hunger, hate and hurt have no place
problems never penetrate ..
the dreamer never awakens to the world.

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Dawn
the sun children
golden and gay
have no thoughts of night, they are the workers
the runners in sunburnt pastures,
the riders of horses, husky and brown.
they don't know the children who live by the moon.
Susan Fabrick


did you ever see a star
aloof up in the sky
unreachable
alone
did it make you want to
touch it .
reach it .
why?
did you ever see a person
hiding in himself, aloof
wearing
the mask of a loner
unreachable
alone
did it make you want to reach him?
Donna Walsh


David Rob Kenny Mark Mike
Barnard Bednarek Bielling Bigelow Blitch


Melanie Fred
Curran Daniels


Charles
Emerson


Diane
Brewer


Olivia
Carter


Ben
Chafin


Andy
Elgerd


Debbie
Feaster


the moon children, tall and pale
shimmering by light of stars
dark-haired and quiet
they dance in the glades by the music
far off in the trees
leaving no trace of their passing
Susan Fabrick


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Doug Susan
Gallant Goffman


old man was a boy
had lots and lots of toys
when he was a boy
made lots and lots of noise
old man was a young man
took a young lady's hand
used to play in the band
when he was a young man
old man was a dad
had a noisy, lazy lad
seemed nasty lasting bad
made dad mad
old man was old
lots of songs he told
many stories sold
by the time he was old
old man had a grandson
often was silly, rather dumb
like his father's son
before daddy's life is done
Lucinda Cripe


Terri Sally Donna Jimmy Karl Terry Jean
Hester Hinton Hope Homer Hren Johnston Keister


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Grantham


Sharon
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Byron
Harper


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Jamea
Harper


Skip
Harris


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Mary Cay
Haupt


Darryl
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Paula Carl Rosemary Lynne Bhawnesh Lisa
King Kirchoff Lawson Lowry Mathur McCoy


Bill Danny
Meaders Mesa


A(r'-Jil
Lou Stan
Metz Montelaro


Dana Larry
Newman Norwood


Allen
Parker


Benny
Parrish


plan your day with important things
mudpies, cookies, games and swings.
live in trust, in security
in your sandbox with innocent purity.
everything is safe, you don't have to worry
have fun now, you'll grow up in a hurry.
then disappearing is the trust of gold,
and in your hands it's reality you hold.
Donna Walsh
Alonzo Cynthia
Perkins Purkey




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Garland Diane
Quaintance Raye


Faye Mark
Sadler Scarborough


Liz Scott
Stearman Stephens


Claudia
Smith


Kay
Streit


Cliff Bernard Pam Janet
Vogh Walker Walker Wallace


Dale
Williams


Donna
Walsh


Tanya
Williams


Maleah
Wolff


Stars
The stars at night are pebbles of sand
in the universe
Yet each one is a solar system, each
one can give life.
We are not alone, nor are we unique
We are only the pebbles of sand
in their universe.
Lucinda Cripe


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sometimes i wonder
why i'm here
life is so complicated
what's its point?
it's funny to watch people
laugh and cry
there must be a reason
but what?

we are born and we die
but our lives must
have meaning
if there is no reason for
us here
what's the reason for
being?
Betsy Carrera





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Crystal clear fathoms flow
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I've watched the times go past
Seen them fly through my life
with all their colors and sounds
and shapes,
Lived in a world of
Joy and Life unimaginable
Mike Thompson


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If love was a thing you could buy in a
store, you could bring all your
money but it still would cost more.
If you're willing to pay the price,
love can be quite nice but then with
some fine friends it takes an ice
pick to break the ice.
-Alan Carnell


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GINGER GUERNSEY ELAINE HAMILTON MOLLY HARRELL


TANYA HAYES KEITH HENDERSON


SHERRYE HESTER


PAUL GREEN


BILL HIPP MARK HILL JANE HOWARD


HOLLY HAENEL


BARBARA GRIFFIN




















PRISCILLA LEATH GERMAINE LUNDY


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DEBBIE NICKOLLS


WARREN REID HARRIET RIHERD


JIM RILEY


JERRY ROLAX RAY RUMMEL
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STEVE SHOLTES
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BECKY SIMMONS SIGIE SOMMER


KATHY TRIMMER DOW VAN ARNAM


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STEPHEN PENNYPACKER


BOB WALLACE DYCKMAN JIMMY WILLIAMS
WELCOME


KEVIN WILLIAMS PAM WILLIAMS DAVID WOOD


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DAN WOOLEY


Feb. 5, 1974 11:00 p.m.


The paths of endless yesterdays seem to spiral high and steep.
And yet the roadways of today twist and turn as if I were
living in a maze. Tomorrow may hold fulfillment or it may
bring only destitution. As I stare into the distant night, I shake
with anxiety about my future existence. Peace, friendship, and
most important, love, seem so evasive and far off.
Dan Wooley


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I hear the wind call
beckoning me to follow
blowing in the night
its saddened wail
but I couldn't leave
at least not in thought
for wherever I am
my friends will always be there
I remember all the talks
and walks on the beach
nights in the mountains
days in the water
or just sitting inside
each one has a place in my heart
we have so much in common
each in a different way
never are we only one way
for we grow each day
I don't really know what to say
except that I love you all


















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