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Homeless are steady on the sunrises in my old neighborhood they follow the Southern Pacific Railroad in The streets and nearby park are littered with trash and broken beer bottles left from the carless drunks and transits Most front yards are dirt patches They are decorated with rusted red car parts and over grown creosote bush I lived next to a family of five for a year and never got to know any of their names Expect for Molly their yipping dog that accompanied me every morning as I walked to my car to leave for work I never felt at home in my old neighbored and Molly was proof how foreign my neighbors were to me and was I to themWhen dawn breaks across the park in my current neighbored the sound of singing birds quickly fills the air They fly from one end of the park to the other singing a different tune at every stop Fresh cut grass piles along the edges of the park You might find a mother chasing her kids off the swing set so that they dont miss the school bus There are no dusty drifters or drunken gypsies begging for handouts or spare change You wont find broken Styrofoam and amber colored bottles in the sand box And there defiantly arent any sleeping men and women on the concrete park benchesAs I round the curve to my current neighborhood I am greeted with amazing curb appeal Pale pink rose bushes little red brick flowerbeds and lime green lawns checkerboard the block My neighbors landscape their yards with bird baths solar lights and school spirit Its not like my old neighborhood where chain linked fences surround dirty dusty yards Old car parts are kept in storage away from view People take time to water their plants and trim their hedges
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