Cameron Gallant


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  • ''Smart people ask stupid questions. Stupid people don't ask any.''
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  • ''Intention determines the evil doers from the innocent.''
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  • ''If you never act like yourself when you're around others, then who are you?''
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  • ''We never ask for what we want. We only imply what we want in hopes who's listening will guess what we want and then give us what we want.''
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  • ''People have more faith in the Devil than in God.''
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  • ''Rather than trying to be well rounded in everything, think of yourself as a star. You don't want to be perfectly balanced, with every skill equally developed. You want to have several skills that you really enjoy that you can exploit and excel at, like the points of a star.''
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  • ''It's not worth being a resume rather than yourself.''
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  • ''You can never imagine anything you've never seen.''
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Best Poem of Cameron Gallant

In Our Hearts

The war that holds in all our hearts
That stayed so long and caused the dark
The war that caused our men to die
Though proxy to a larger crime

The war that stirs fresh tears for many
Behold our grief for loss of family
Nineteen years of dusty debris
Caused by an onslaught of North Vietnamese

And in every hour of clash between men
In every fall of family and friend
In every tear for those who are lost
Vietnam loss we still hold in our hearts

(Published in Print in 'DeSSerted Island: Poem Collection' - 2014)

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The Dead Man Limerick

There once was a man who was dead
Who could not understand what we said
We wanted to play
But he lay there all day
So we pushed him back under the bed.

(Published in Print in 'DeSSerted Island: Poem Collection' - 2014)

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