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Alone in the CrowdShes all alone in the crowd,How she got there she didnt know,Her mother was there a minute ago,But now shes all alone,The people in the crowd have someone,Whether they be in twos, threes, or fours,But theres only one group of one,And the tears begin to pour.
SunsetThe sky is a golden orange,Scattered with greyish purple clouds,The end of the day is dying,As the stars of the night come out,Sea green waves of water crash,Upon the rocky shore,The gentle breeze keeps blowing,When daytime is no more,The red sky transforms into indigo,As the fiery ball of light,Sinks closer towards the horizon,It gives in to the night,Life of the day stops moving,And the sun gives off its last rays,The ocean is peaceful and silent,Its the finish of another day.
Where Did the Dinosaurs Go?Jobs flopped onto his stared up at the ceiling of his bedroom. When he was seven, he had been intensely interested in astronomy and decorated his ceiling with glow-in-the-dark stars. Now it was bare, marred with white marks where the stars had been peeled off.Agent Boxer had dropped him off outside the house without bothering to walk him to the door. Jobs supposed this was because he didnt want to create too much of a fuss with his parents (who didnt even notice he was gone), explaining where he had been and what he had been doing. He did however; park the sedan a little further from the house so he could make sure Jobs didnt go sneaking off again. Jobs had managed to climb up the tree and back into the window without his parents realizing, and had stayed alone in his room ever since, thinking about how he had failed Cordelia.Knock! Knock! A gentle tap sounded at his door, followed by the creak as it opened. Jobs looked at the little sliver of light to see th