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Lake Washington

Fog covers over you
Sun light sparks off of you – like an idea from my head
Slowly, you drift away…

and then come back.
Hot summer days come
Children splash and play in you
At night, you rest for the next day.

Lake Washington

Fog covers over you
Sun light sparks off of you – like an idea from my head
Slowly, you drift away…

and then come back.
Hot summer days come
Children splash and play in you
At night, you rest for the next day.

Josephine Barnes  9, Seattle

 
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