October 16, 2013
By JustinNelson BRONZE, Woodbury, Minnesota
JustinNelson BRONZE, Woodbury, Minnesota
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Favorite Quote:
Human life without knowledge of history is nothing other than a perpetual childhood, nay, a permanent obscurity and darkness.

Singing high above valleys
The wind unshackled calls a rally
Spreading a song of it's icy throes,
Man will ne'er know where it goes
Peaks arising shadowing plains,
Seeking sun with all it's rays
Tho' failing always in it's trial
Men will gaze 'pon and shed denial
Many fight violent to the goal,
Tis but a few that can pay the toll.

The author's comments:
This was the first of my poems.

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