The Long Drift Wood
What was once a beautiful oak tree is now apart of the sands with a new name “driftwood.” The old oak that once stood tall upon the hillside over looking the beach, now sink slowly into the sand being washed up by the sea. Even now in its final resting place it is a sight to behold, calcified striking its final pose, reaching towards heaven but the sand of time will not let go.
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