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On Camping
 
He stretches his mighty sinews out
To grasp the defeated tree,
And promptly hurls it onto the blaze
To the awestruck cries of pals.
Laughter springs up,
Stories are told,
Pasts are compared,
Friendships are made,
Hearts are lightened,
Bonds are strengthened.
He looks around,
Stirs the fire,
And cracks a grin;
He can think of no greater joy than
Camping with his closest friends.

By Shawn Thornburg

© 2009 Shawn Thornburg (All rights reserved)

 

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