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WhyWouldIKnow
A Real Place, Other
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By WhyWouldIKnow SILVER
A Real Place, Other
WhyWouldIKnow SILVER, A Real Place, Other
7 articles 0 photos 13 comments
Poetry
By WhyWouldIKnow SILVER
A Real Place, Other
WhyWouldIKnow SILVER, A Real Place, Other
7 articles 0 photos 13 comments
Poetry
By WhyWouldIKnow SILVER
A Real Place, Other
WhyWouldIKnow SILVER, A Real Place, Other
7 articles 0 photos 13 comments
Poetry
By WhyWouldIKnow SILVER
A Real Place, Other
WhyWouldIKnow SILVER, A Real Place, Other
7 articles 0 photos 13 comments
Poetry
By WhyWouldIKnow SILVER
A Real Place, Other
WhyWouldIKnow SILVER, A Real Place, Other
7 articles 0 photos 13 comments
Poetry
By WhyWouldIKnow SILVER
A Real Place, Other
WhyWouldIKnow SILVER, A Real Place, Other
7 articles 0 photos 13 comments
Poetry
By WhyWouldIKnow SILVER
A Real Place, Other
WhyWouldIKnow SILVER, A Real Place, Other
7 articles 0 photos 13 comments
Poetry
By bitty09 SILVER
Claymont, Delaware
bitty09 SILVER, Claymont, Delaware
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Poetry
By bitty09 SILVER
Claymont, Delaware
bitty09 SILVER, Claymont, Delaware
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Poetry
By bitty09 SILVER
Claymont, Delaware
bitty09 SILVER, Claymont, Delaware
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Poetry
By bitty09 SILVER
Claymont, Delaware
bitty09 SILVER, Claymont, Delaware
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Poetry
By crubs33 DIAMOND
Lido Beach, New York
crubs33 DIAMOND, Lido Beach, New York
58 articles 3 photos 750 comments

Favorite Quote:
"The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud."- Coco Chanel
Life isn't about surviving the storm, it's about learning to dance in the rain.

Poetry
By TheRareBreed PLATINUM
Lambertville, Michigan
TheRareBreed PLATINUM, Lambertville, Michigan
38 articles 0 photos 34 comments

Favorite Quote:
“The apple doesn't fall far from the tree." I guess that means we're just products of whoever made us and we don't have much control. The thing is, when people use that phrase, they ignore the most critical part: the falling. Within the logic of that saying, the apple falls every single time. Not falling isn't an option. So, if the apple has to fall, the most important question in my mind is what happens to it upon hitting the ground? Does it touch down with barely a scratch? Or does it smash on impact? Two vastly different fates. When you think about it, who cares about its proximity to the tree or what type of tree spawned it? What really makes all the difference, then, is how we land.”
― Val Emmich, Dear Evan Hansen