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anita hutchinson

Rookie (06-11-1981 / columbus ohio)

Graymarye City


Look out there what you see

Look beyound the buildings and tress

See past the harbor

Close your eyes

Look into your heart

See the beauty within

Dont just see the evil and sin

Dont just see the sweet and good

See what I see

See the people who Live

See the life within the lives

See the good with the bad

See the strong as well as the weak

Do this and you will find and know everything you that it is you seek

You will no longer be sad

You will know what it is to be home

Open your heart to these people

Open your heart to this place

Fell strong and mighty

Not small and tiny

For you are now home sweety

Welcome to Gramarye City

Submitted: Saturday, January 12, 2008
Edited: Saturday, January 12, 2008

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