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Nature   Spring Forth New Growth at it s Own Time

I grew up in Jackson, Mississippi. I started writing at a very young age, about 8 or 9 years old. I also lived in Detroit, Michigan, but I really didn't get started until I was in high school in Highland Park, Michigan in the 9th grade. That's what I started keeping notes of my poetry...

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