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July 22, 2016
Skylar Lindley, age 14
Many things to explore; many things to see.
The Vanderbilt garden is where I’ll hold onto the idea of peace.
The shadows of the trees that hover above me;
With towering leaves that sway.
The petals of the flowers embark a sense of purity.
Whether sharp or round.
The lavished sound of silence is wonderful to hear.
It gets me caught in my thoughts.
Sitting on a bench in the garden is such a pleasure.
There’s no place I’d rather be.
However, I’d love to notice new things…
There’s always a mystery to the unseen.
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