June 10, 2009
By Kirstin Brockenborough BRONZE, Woodbrige, Virginia
Kirstin Brockenborough BRONZE, Woodbrige, Virginia
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Gone the confidence of man when faced with his ignorance,
Power he once owned replaced with fear.
Fear of one's self, fear of the unknown.
When stripped of material, man is stripped of identity,
His bare flesh shows that he does not live but merely exists.

The author's comments:
I'm interested in sharing ideas about how we came to this earth and who we really are as a human race. It's cool to think about what it would be like when we had no internet, no school, no houses nor government. How would we survive? It's a little scary to think about, but I hope it make you think about the possibilities.

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