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7/25/2019 c1 Charlieteam
This one feels like perhaps you were feeling nostalgic for the good ol' days. Perhaps calling for a new seminary class to go back in time?
11/21/2018 c1 Will9035
I guess it goes without saying that you were aiming for a nostalgic, and possibly melancholy feeling here. And, on the whole, I think you captured it pretty well. This could have been a major misreading on my part, but it almost sounded like you were reflecting on the things you did with your friends from a decade ago. The parts about being "builders" and "creators" kind of lend some credence to that interpretation. The last line, "And the night still calls," gives me the sensation that you're expecting a new generation to take up the same type of adventures that you and your Gang had back in the day.

Even if I'm wildly off in what you're referring to here, I still get the sense that this is a reflective work that calls upon newer generations to honor the memories and legacy of an older one.

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