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As I shuffle along the cobble stone path still wiping the sands ofsleep from my eyes I notice absolutely nothing My vision is a tunnelwith only my destination in sight I cannot shake the fog of beginningmy first fall semester at Grand Canyon University Rising with the sunfor an English class was definitely not what I had had in mind for anawesome start Still I continue to struggle through sleep in order toattend class My professor allows us to leave early Oh the joy I feel at knowing Ican eat a quick breakfast before the next class I gather my things intomy backpack and make a straight shot for the door I am outside in thefresh morning air and I feel awake I make my way down the same cobblestone path and begin to see I notice green all around me treesshrubs and flowers Everything is blooming and beautiful I pause toenjoy it and then the sharp knife of discovery burrows itself into mygut To my left is a terrible sight a barren waste land in the middleof paradise There I see a dirt lot and there is nothing inside exceptfor eight lonely tree stumps As the rest of the year unfolds I continue to pass by this desolateplace I begin to wonder what happened to the trees and grass I cannothelp but ask myself who in the world would want them slaughtered just tobe replaced by desert I think on the trees lives in particular Iimagine how the little seedlings flew in on the wind in a large groupand settled onto the ground How then a choice eight strong enough tosurvive nestled themselves into Mother Earths arms and braved theharsh Arizona weather I see their lives as they grow Natures preciousbabies crawling slowly through the soil to finally peek their littleleaves through to the sunlight above They then greet the sun with openarms and continue to stumble and limp until they are old enough
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