Childhood experiences

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The Palace pier heaves with souls licking at the dark cloud squall laden sky, a house whose haunted cries beckon the inner child
Recall the days, not long ago, When you were but a pup, And all the world was marvelous, Nowhere to grow but up.   With each new dawn came new delights, To learn, to act, to feel;
Dressed in my purple dress Such a pretty purple dress Dancing around in my garage My pretty black shoes that look like ballet shoes Hair waved with mousse Freshly cut bangs Don’t want to pick up my dogs
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