Keith Michael

(new brunswick, new jersey)

circumventus arspastus


Take the trees and let them whisper to me, tell me their secrets and share all of the wonder of the world. Let their canopies shade me and keep out the rain that wants to wash me away

Submitted: Sunday, November 18, 2012
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