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4/8/2007 c1 32Demodocus
Hi CQ. I don't know that you'll even read this, but I'm going to say it anyway. Don't ever give up on your inner child. Trust me, at the age of 31, I know how hard it is to be a grown up. Yet I still find myself hanging on for dear life to my childhood. If I can help it, the bird of youth will not escape me. There are some cliches and things in here, but I assure you, truer words have seldom been spoken about the lives we all have the obligation to live. Having a full time job and things pains me, especially considering I made the shameful decision to put my philosophy studies on hold a few years back, but I still harbor the same childlike tenderness, compassion, and sweetness that many have come to associate with me. Of course, many people associate such traits with cheesy movies and TV shows, but I don't care. As I sit here on this Easter of 2007, I look for continued writing by the friends I've made here. I will close as I opened, CQ, you mustn't give up, no matter how hopeless things may seem. Bryan McGucken

singingbutterfly @ sbcglobal . net.
6/10/2006 c1 16Rohan
I was looking around and I found this poem. It is beautiful. And I think your right great advice to keep yourself young.
6/27/2005 c1 10KittenOfMystery
hey long itme not chat hope you have a great time on your birthday... just wanted to say i am back and hopefully will add more soon. blessed be
6/6/2005 c1 24Moonjava
This is really nice. I love the message in this.
5/10/2005 c1 11Cloud Burst
beautiful. ur message is very clear: carpe diem (latin for seize the day).

awesome work! and happy birthday! ^-^
5/10/2005 c1 90poetic abortion
I happen to be thirteen, and childhood as already seemed to have left me, and then it returns. ^^;

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