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Sylvan - Where The World Began Modeled after Margaret Laurences essay Where The World Began A quaint little place it is that place where the world began A place in the middle of nowhere unknown to most treasured only by a few A place of quietude not by any means warm or friendly yet quite comfortable A place where there is an understanding of independence and unity as well It is in fact a road made of packed down stones along which there is one main crossroad requiring a stop sign A battered old store once prosperous selling all household necessities sits on the corner overcome with weeds and discarded tires and barrels Sylvan Bob with his long unruly grey beard now insists on selling used books on holidays and weekends Dirt roads branch out allowing access to the small tidy farms Some Dutch and others not There is a diminishing church - most of its congregants occupy the cemetery across the way and a red shingled triangle house with a matching triangle garage The scenery is incomparable yet ordinary open patches of worked land between coniferous trees and bubbling creeks I suppose that our way of life is not so different from any others yet it always did seem differentbetter in some way I felt a sadness for those who were so unfortunate as to not have the opportunity to live in such a wonderful place In summer my days would be spent outside soaking up the warm suns rays as
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