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    beamed the trees.Trees, you’re so lucky you don’t have sex organs.The trees shook a bushy bough. ... Trees? said the traveler. What happens to all the Things I swipe left on?You sure you want to know? said the trees.The traveler nodded and the trees lifted her up and whisked her through the

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    If one can survive without someone else in their life to love and who loves them back, there is nothing they could never do without. That said, there is nothing I could never do without. This is not a trivial comment. It is probably the most profoundly sad aspect of my...

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    the native eastern deciduous trees such as the ... natural, atypical, specimen trees. (The oldest trees one can find.) Their beauty and uniqueness is imbedded in the brain. Then stylized archetypes are created in the form of small trees, based on the beauty of large real trees. Small trees that may be

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    gel-ink), something to write on, trees .Six things I could never LIVE without: contact with my family (preferably in person), water (preferably cold and with ice), food (preferably pickles or pumpkin seeds), oxygen (preferably produced by New England trees), shelter (preferably a pimped-out

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