Great Nightly Woods - Poem by Dustin Hoffman
When the sun sets and the sky goes black, it is a new world. Night bearing animals come out to eat and play.
You walk around, all you see is bats eatting and owls flying through the forest.
You see a campfire in the distance. It is glowing like a light bulb dying.
As you walk closer, the brighter it gets. You start to realize the reseamblince of the fire.
Looking up to the sky, you see the stars showing through the gaps of the clouds like an old blanket with holes.
Your entire soul has been drenched from your body by the Great Nightly Woods.
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