Let Me Go Home MAG

February 3, 2011
By Lauren Rich SILVER, Spring Hill, Tennessee
Lauren Rich SILVER, Spring Hill, Tennessee
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Home
One hundred and eighty-four miles to go
Until the big city lights infringe upon us
The sea of orange surrounds the land
And the pastures now filled with homes at random
The cold bites more than we are used to
Yet, the bright city lights fade
The skies open; the stars glisten
And I am home



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