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Manuel Trujillo

Rookie (Pomona, CA.)

Shiver.


Walking amongst the puddles that lay on the floor, I stare at the sky and wonder where the sun has gone.
Oh hoq I miss the warm rays of the sun, the beautiful vibrant rays that touch my face which such grace.
I would kill for these disasterous clouds to go away, for the my mind and body would feel the warmth of the glourious sun once again.
Life seems so still, so dreadful, so cold.

Submitted: Thursday, November 29, 2012
Edited: Thursday, November 29, 2012

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I was walking home from school on a rainy day and as I entered a park that lead to my house I took refuge from the increasing rain under a junglegym. As I sat i began to feel cold. I was begining to really miss the sun and all that it offers us. So then i began to write and came up with this! enjoy.

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