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Beautiful Stranger


by Michael Eddins





(Swans - August 10, 2009)  

Who is she?

This girl in my dreams

I've never seen her before

and I don't see her by day

I strangely think I know her

and yet I've never met her

She's my friend and companion

My beautiful stranger

I think I know her

and always hope to meet her

Who is she?


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Michael Eddins was born in 1993 in Boise, Idaho, and moved many a times before settling in Newberg, Oregon. He is currently attending high school, going into 11th grade, all the while working on his writing.



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