A poetic journey through my mind


Sooo, anyway.  Since the focus of this blog has shifted dramatically in the last few months…one might almost say since the new year…I thought it was time to update this section to reflect that.  (aka “Not be a totally incomplete hodge-podge of messy info”)

I thought it’d be a good idea, once, to make a separate blog for my poetry and my prose…apparently not.  Apparently it’s cool to mush them all together and be what I wanna be…a writer.  Period, end of story.

My brain doesn’t care much what my fingers make happen, except to enjoy it, and be grateful for wherever it comes from and hope it never stops.  My fingers, on the other hand, have a -lot- to say, and do it daily, in comments/rants/rambles/status updates/twits. ( I like that one best…twit.  It’s fun to say, and so accurate!  *eg*)

It occured to me, in the middle of one of those tangents, that if I can write this much just -talking-, why can’t I write a story?  Or two or three?  So that’s the new Thing.  Type-type-typety-type-type.

I have a few projects I’m working on right now (apart from the sadly neglected “Bones of Ash, Heart of Glass” poem anthology) in the prose direction…one being the Fiction Relay, that one’s been fun so far.  Can’t wait to see what people do with my story in the 5 weeks till it’s my turn again!

The next is my “Kava Saga” prose story, about my tricksterish character and his adventures in many situations.  Right now, it’s Urban Fantasy based, but the next might be Crime Fiction, or Romance, or…I dunno!  *g*

The other is a so far on-pause (sorry, boss) writing collaboration with TRG, aka The Reclining Gentleman, aka Boss.  *eg*  It’s gonna be awesome, I promise!  I…ummm…just have to get over getting so obsessed by it that nothing else fits in, and freaking out about the bits and pieces.  *sighs*

And a few poems I wanted to write for people and keep forgetting to…(btw, TRG, “Ann, our key” is technically yours, it’s what I had in mind for you, I just forgot to add the dedication. I’ll fix that soon.)…and just ones that keep piling up in the conveyor belt of my mind.

But I really want to write.  Prose specifically, one story, a chapter at a time.  My best WIP is called “Blue and Grey”.  It’s totally Urban Fantasy/Dystopian Future, and I really love it so far (needs lots of editing, and I have a bad tendency to shift tenses in the middle of a paragraph, but other than that… ;p).  Would anyone be interested in my posting…maybe once a week…a chapter or piece of the story?  As long as I know people will read it, it’ll give me inspiration to go write it.  🙂


And with that, I think I’ll step -away- from the keyboard for a few, and get back to what I was originally saying.  I’m opening my mind, and my heart, to so far neglected portions of my talent, trying to grow up to acknowledge that “talent” isn’t a dirty word, and otherwise attempting to be what I truly am…a writer.





67 responses

  1. lensscribbles

    Thx for the follow KC I too am on a journey, a gravel path journey, sometimes with shoes sometimes with bare feet. My path is littered with bits of scribbles, paper wads index cards and table napkins, wherever the pen can write. God luck to you love your work.!!

    March 17, 2012 at 11:27 am

  2. KC

    *nods* One of my favorite quotes, from the song “Bedlam Boys”…”mad maudlin goes on dirty toes for to save her soles from gravel”. It confused me for a long time, then I heard it in a strong Irish accent, and heard the word play. For “sole” put “soul”, and for “gravel” put “devil”. So it’s saying she heard it wrong, cause she’s crazy. So…yeah. I had a point when I started this…maybe I left it in my other brain.

    Oh, yeah! Your bare feet on gravel imagery hit me particularly, because of Mad Maudlin, but also because it’s such a simple, clean image of the life journey. It’s a great talent to be able to say things so neatly. I tend to ramble. (Who, me?? Nevar!) and thus, as my journalism teacher said “bury the lead”. Thank you for your words, and I hope something of mine might be as useful to you. 🙂

    March 17, 2012 at 3:36 pm

    • Geneseepaws

      Bury the lead? I know “get the lead out, and sort your P’s and Q’s” are Printing and Typesetting terms, but “Bury the Lead”? if it’s Lead (pronounced led) then what does it mean? and if it’s lead (pronounced leed) shouldn’t you kill the guy first, and THEN bury him? And why if he’s the one giving you the leads, unless it’s like, your editor, then all bets are off.
      My Mum had to explain that one to me, that Bedlam was Cockney for Bethlehem Hospital. Then it kinda made sense, considering what they did with the mentally ill in those days.
      And isn’t Zeta pretty far down the pack Hierarchy? I know, I know, so many questions so little time.

      April 6, 2012 at 8:28 am

      • KC

        *laughs* Great questions, all of them! I’ll start at the top, then.

        Bury the Lead (leed) refers to taking the main idea of your story/interview/whatever and not putting it right out in front, but “burying” it in other words/sentences first. For example:

        “Last night, while I was having dinner with my parents at this great little Italian restaurant over on 5th ave., a fire broke out in an abandoned warehouse, downtown.”

        as opposed to

        “A fire broke out in an abandoned warehouse downtown last night…fire officials are unsure…etc.”

        Does that help? 😉

        Ok, next. “Bedlam Boys” is a folk song, not too sure of its authenticity or age, and yeah, your mom is right… 😉

        Last, appropriately, the answer is decidedly yes! Yes, Zeta would be the -last- or least of the pack…which is why I used it, as I am about as far from an Alpha as you can get. 😛

        And -huge- points for being the first to correctly decipher the name…you made my day!


        April 6, 2012 at 8:49 am

      • Geneseepaws

        From Wikipedia: “Tom O’ Bedlam” is the name of a critically acclaimed anonymous poem written circa 1600 (it can be definitely dated back to 1634) Yeah, also by the name “Tam O’ Bedlam”. Best version I’ve heard recorded by “Steel-Eye Span”. Thanks for the Tip on burying the leads, I’m afraid our minds run in similar veins. (that might scare you). Will you tell me “Why a Yote”, vie not a Duck, then?

        April 6, 2012 at 9:46 am

        • KC

          Hrrmmm…ok, who let you out of the mirror? 😛

          I’d suggest that we continue what is likely to be a long conversation by email…but I’m too much of an exhibitionist for that. Who knows, maybe someone will be browsing comments and be “enlightened” by my brilliance? Just hope it doesn’t burn his eyes out!

          Thanks for the wiki on Tom O’Bedlam, and hugs for the Steeleye Span shoutout. It’s the first version I ever heard, so my favorite as well!

          As for vie a yote…that’s a loong story. Want it? I’m willing to type it if you’re willing to read it!


          April 6, 2012 at 10:00 am

      • Geneseepaws

        I sent you an email on Deviant, you can start there, or look in the mirror. I’d love to hear the story.

        April 6, 2012 at 12:41 pm

        • KC

          Got it, returned it, get with it! *grins evilly*

          April 6, 2012 at 5:24 pm

  3. Hi there Thanks for visiting and following my blog! I do write all types of poetry most of which I do have personal experience. I was inspired by your poem “Seven ” to write one of my own. You may of seen than granbee is writing an epic poem about a group of misfit critters and unworldly folk, I have had a tiny input a poem called “Do you Booty Boy http://willowdot21.wordpress.com/2012/03/08/do-you-booty-boy/ and last night the Raven Queen. In that poem I picked up on one of the Lenten quest Old Crow who I love and just threw in some back ground on him/her never sure..shame on me!!
    I like your blog and I shall be having a look around we are all on a journey and like you words are very important to me. It is good to have crossed your path! Be well and happy and write often!! 😉

    March 20, 2012 at 3:59 am

  4. Hey thanks for following both of my blogs
    and looking for soem great stuff from your side 🙂

    March 21, 2012 at 12:51 am

    • KC

      *hugs* I hope I don’t disappoint! (Is it just me, or is that a weird word? Probably just because I’m tired. 😉 ) Btw, on my other blog “Various and sundry nonsenses” I’m taking a page from your book and posting a few pics. I’m hoping it’ll inspire me to take more. 😉

      March 21, 2012 at 1:08 am

      • haha..sure you can…send me the link plz

        March 21, 2012 at 1:16 am

  5. KC

    Yes’m! It is just what the title says…the place for me to put almost anything…even a few poems may sneak in, occasionally.



    March 21, 2012 at 1:33 am

  6. johnlmalone

    thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment which has broadened our understanding of thew topic.

    As for poetry I have long used it as a fun way of expression but when I look back I see how autobiographical much of my poetry — childrens and adults —- has been. If you find the same thing happening to your poetry, feel okay about it. After all, the only world we can know intimately is that viewed through our own experience — and this gives the poetry authenticity

    March 23, 2012 at 9:50 pm

  7. Thanks for your fun contribution to last week’s LImerick-Off. A new one has begun. Hope to see you there. 🙂

    March 26, 2012 at 3:42 am

    • KC

      Wouldn’t miss it! Btw, I wanted to share my favorite (dirty) limerick of all time. You’ve most likely heard it, but I like to say/type it. :p

      In the Garden of Eden lay Adam,
      Complacently stroking his madam,
      and loud was his mirth,
      for he knew here on earth,
      there were only two balls and he had’em!

      March 31, 2012 at 5:44 am

  8. jakesprinter

    Great entry my friend thanks for sharing 🙂

    March 31, 2012 at 4:31 am

    • KC

      Welcome! Working on a “Nature” one now. 😉

      March 31, 2012 at 5:44 am

  9. stilishbabe

    Can’t wait for your next posts ! I love poetry and I bet you have a great talent! I give you the permission to inspire me everyday 🙂

    April 3, 2012 at 5:28 am

  10. elmediat

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I have added a link to your blog to my Haiku-poetry page.
    Noticed your comment to adding images/photos to your pieces. The nature of the blog post medium lends itself well to photo-essay and the Haiga-Haiku forms. It also allows you to extend the poetic form with the inclusion of hyper-links. The hyper-links can be very effective if you explore prose poems and found poetry 9 based on online text).
    From a mass media savvy point of view, WordPress includes visuals when they post links on their poetry & art tag pages. Use your own photography and you can feel comfortable tagging the post as photography. Sorry, I am a media Literacy teacher, and my mind works in odd ways. Keep writing & posting ! 😀

    April 3, 2012 at 10:59 pm

  11. KC

    *laughs* So far your blog has me addicted, although I’m going to need to put it in my Explore-Later-or-Risk-Getting-Lost pile! 😉

    Thanks for the ideas/tips on adding photos…I’m seriously considering somehow combining my two blogs, maybe Tues. and Thurs. concentrating on VASN, and this one for the others. I’m finding myself seriously falling behind on posting on VASN, as this blog is stimulating my first love and craft, poetry! I’ve added Found Poetry to the (long) list of forms and techniques to try.

    My friend and I used to play Newspaper Poetry, way back when. Spend a few hours cutting interesting words out of old newspaper stories, and then a few whatever-ya-call’ems…”A”, “And”, “The” etc. Toss them all together and each pull out a selection, amount depends on how difficult you want it to be, and then turn them over and each make a poem using only the words you drew. Lots of fun if you like surreality and silliness.

    I’m sure I could find some way to adapt that to the intar-webs! 😛

    Thanks again for the tips and ideas, and for mentioning Charles DeLint, you get super uber hug/like points from me! (You can give them to Tasha, if you want… 🙂 ) His Newford stories are like a bible to me, and all the rest stand as appendixes (sp?). He and Marianne are awesome people in person, btw. I’ve met them twice at conventions, and once when I spent my savings to ride a Greyhound up to Ontario for a weekend to see him perform at a folk session at a pub that he went to every week. From Jacksonville, FL. to Ontario, is a journey in itself, and as soon as I got there I realized that I had no idea how to -find- the place! Out of desperation I looked in a phone book…and sure enough, his number was listed. I was amazed, as to me he was as famous/awesome as any celebrity, but I could just pick up the phone and call him? So, after an hour or so of rolling around the hotel bed in an agony of fan-shyness, I finally did, got directions, and managed to get there that night. I even had the guts to request a song, although none of them knew it. *blush* After, he and Marianne saw me getting ready to walk back to the hotel, and offered me a ride. I accepted, of course, and we had a nice 5 min. conversation, the only highlight of which I remember now is my amazement at the size and color of the squirrels in the hotels park. Giant Black Demon Squirrels!! *giggles*

    Sheesh. Re-reading this I can tell my pain pills are beginning to affect my poor little brain, and in order to save myself from any further embarrassment I’ll sign off here for now. Thanks again for your help and interest, and I hope to cross paths/words with you again soon!

    April 3, 2012 at 11:46 pm

  12. Serves you right for being such a prolific and inspiring writer, and getting so friendly with me so quickly. Although I am not a big fan of chain letters, I actually found this Lucky 7 random editing piece quite thought-provoking and hope you don’t mind if I tagged you for it too. I know you write mainly poetry and that this applies better to novels, but you can perhaps put the 7th line of a poem or the 7th iteration of a poem or…
    Here are some more details:

    April 5, 2012 at 7:24 am

    • KC

      *laughs, hugs* It’s all good! I tend to hit people like that. Either love me or hate me, not a lot of in between. Myself, I tend to just love everyone until I find something that either corroborates my decision or negates it…then I can blame myself for not liking someone, instead of them. (Ok, that didn’t make much sense. Hopefully you can untangle it. 😉 )

      I grow on people…like Kudzu. Friendly isn’t in it. Friendly like Elmira, from Animaniacs…friendly all over your…bum. *giggles* Ok, ok, that’s maybe a bit of an exaggeration, but I do make friends easily, even easier online where my lovely self-esteem destroying tapes can’t play, cause you can’t see me! 😛

      I’m gonna try the prompt with my current favorite WIP, although I may have to go with 7 pages in, as I don’t think it’s up to 50 yet, let alone 77. Either way, here I go, and thank you for the idea/prompt/toy! (Oh, I don’t know 7 other writers, and the ones I do know…well, I’m way to shy to…wait. Stop. I’m making excuses to not do something that could have the same reaction I’m having…or not, and then what? *grins* I’ll make it my One Thing for today. My favorite Eleanor Roosevelt quote is “Do one thing every day that scares you.” Thanks for the opportunity. *hugs* )

      April 5, 2012 at 10:35 am

  13. I like squirrels too

    April 8, 2012 at 6:49 pm

  14. Thanks for the follow! 😀 I appreciate your support!

    April 10, 2012 at 2:51 pm

  15. Welcome to WordPress and thanks for the follow. Wishing you the best in your creative blossomings.


    April 11, 2012 at 11:22 am

    • KC

      Thanks! I’m finding so many awesome writers/poets/artists on here that it’s taking all my ego just to keep posting my stuff. Fortunately, WP bloggers manage to feed it every day (the ego) and that keeps it healthy and happy. 😉

      April 11, 2012 at 11:30 am

  16. We’ll enjoy the ride together ! Thanks for following my blog…will follow yours also…love what I have seen so far.
    Siggi in Downeast Maine

    April 12, 2012 at 12:04 am

    • KC

      Heh…thanks! *hugs* I’m enjoying the ride so far…but it’s been far more up and down than I expected…kinda like getting on The Mouse roller coaster and having it turn into The Killer Twister Awesome Fear coaster. *giggles*

      Not that I’m not loving it, mind…just not what my chronically low self esteem expected. 😉


      April 12, 2012 at 12:11 am

  17. Now, I’m intrigued! And off to take a look! Thanks for stopping into mine, also!

    April 14, 2012 at 7:45 pm

  18. Welcome to the diabeticredemption.com family; I’m glad you’ve joined us. If you’d like, please find my Friends page, and tell me and my readers about you and your blog, (please include URL, so my readers may find you.) Again, welcome aboard!

    April 16, 2012 at 8:20 pm

  19. You’re on your way to a lifetime of expression. I can see it in the little I’ve read so far.

    Thanks my friend for following my blog, you made my day. Did I tell you in my last comment how much I an aging Nana from the 6o’s adores Cyndi Lauper?

    April 17, 2012 at 2:12 am

  20. lenwilliamscarver


    There are no tears on her face , for she knows if mommy sees tears she will hit her again
    Mommy she thinks, I didn’t mean to make you mad I tried so hard to be quiet.
    I know your friends visit and sleep in your room at night. You said they don’t like little girls but sometimes when they come out of your room at night they come to mine.
    Mommy , Mommy I cry I don’t like this Mommy it hurts make him stop. but you never come. and he puts his nasty hand on my mouth shhhh he says. then he slaps me like you do mommy.
    Mommy where’s my Daddy will he hit me too? Mommy does Daddy love me like you say you do? Mommy I am so afraid I don’t know why you really hate me so, I try so hard to do whats right Mommy please love me just a little and don’t hit me no more.
    I don’t mind when you leave me here alone even when you tie me to my chair but when I have to wet you get so mad and hit me when you get home. Why Mommy why?
    Mommy I’m a good girl, I know I am , I keep my room clean I make your breakfast and mine, I pick up clothes and toys, I do the dishes and try to stay out of your way. Mommy why can’t you love me like I love you?

    Mommy please don’t, mommy please stop, I didn’t mean to spill my water mommy please ahhhhh mommy plllleeeaasseee

    KC check out : http://www.myownheart.me for more like this and some with pics. I am not sure how to link just the ones for your bok. 60 y.o. techno illiterate I am.

    April 22, 2012 at 4:34 am

  21. PAZ

    KC, hi, I can only get on this page, as in, I can’t click on any of your other entries. Is it just me? Silly question, I know.

    I did mean to reply to you but then a lot of things, you know. That poor stick figured fat man stuck between to lines made made me smile though. 🙂 Thanks for reading. I hope to read your stuff once I figured out how to.

    April 26, 2012 at 12:55 pm

    • PAZ


      April 26, 2012 at 12:56 pm

      • KC

        Hrrrm. I dunno. I can say that WP seems to be cranky tonight, don’t know if it was like that all day. Maybe come back and try again? Or try going from here, and see if that unlocks the others…if it’s a problem with the “Home” page. https://kyotzeta.wordpress.com/2012/04/21/hope/ Good luck, hope it works out!

        As for answering earlier, believe me I know how it goes. If you get to “Poet on Pause” you’ll see some of what I mean. >;< It's all good, just glad you decided to hop back over again! 🙂


        April 26, 2012 at 10:55 pm

  22. Hello KC, thank you for following and leading me here. Will also follow and join you in your poetic journey, that will be an adventure for us! 🙂
    Cynthia Ann

    April 27, 2012 at 6:18 am

  23. I wanted to tell you that recently I was awarded the Very Inspiring Blogger Award, which required me to pass the award to seven other bloggers who I find inspiring, and I nominated you for the award. It would make me immensely happy if you accept it, since you are a very talented writer, and though I haven’t read many of your works, I am sure they’re as inspiring as your personality itself…and you truly deserve the award. 🙂 Have a great day ahead.

    May 6, 2012 at 8:57 pm

    • KC

      Hey, you! I’ve been kinda out of it recently, but sure, I’d be honored to take the award. Thanks a lot for the compliment! I’m sadly on a temporary computer until later this week, so may not be back on to do the award requirements till then, but I promise I will when I can. *hugs* You just made a grrr sort of day a lot better, btw. Thanks again. 🙂


      May 6, 2012 at 10:17 pm

  24. Hello Friends and Fellow-bloggers,
    For the past month a group of you have been extending your friendship hand by reading my posts and sharing your thoughts, nominating me for the VBA & THE LINK TO LINK AWARD, INSPIRATIONAL AWARD, COMMENTATOR AND SUNSHINE AWARDS, each a tribute and beautiful sweet honors gratuitously sent my way. Each are wholeheartedly accepted and acknowledged in this post despite my inability to post each photo of each of these marvelous awards.
    Unfortunately, I’ve yet to master how to work with all these settings and technical availabilities, nevertheless, I still wanted to write down the nominees I wish to extend these same AWARDS to EACH of the magnificent and gifted writers, photographers, poets, musicians, artists and bearers of the light. Each one have souls that burn with the greatest gifts~ FAITH, HOPE & CHARITY. Each one use their senses of sight, hearing, touch, and smell to their maximum use then bring these into unique affinities that shine through in their own beautiful way and methods.
    A person in my physical condition with severe limitations and usually bedridden in my parents home, your blogs allow me to travel, hear new viewpoints, see unbelievable sights, cry with your joys and pains, discover things I never thought I’d like since I’ve been somewhat secluded but never naive. Your blogs are new and beautiful paths strewn with rich colors of understanding, insight, passions and, creating a more “well-rounded soul (something my younger sister always said I lacked).
    HERE ARE THE NOMINEE’S & Give these with sincere admiration and friendship and deep gratitude for your kindness and time which you allott me throughout your week. Bless each one of you in all your endeavors and personal desires to reaching your dreams. You have my support.
    My following post will be my sharing 10 things about Myself ~if you’re interested..
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    May 8, 2012 at 4:08 pm

  25. artblablablablog

    I’m so glad you are back! I think of you often and wonder how you are doing. You sound good, I have missed reading your poems.

    June 5, 2012 at 9:56 pm

    • KC

      *hugs* Thanks. I feel good…taking some time off (although mostly unintentional) did let me work on some boundary issues I’d been having and didn’t even know it. One of those silly “guilty for feeling guilty about saying how guilty I feel, or guilty for -not- saying anything and making everyone worry because of course they worry, it’s me!” things I do. Hopefully I can keep the sense of perspective and a realistic sense of consequences, for a while, this time. 😉

      Got a few good poems out of it, too. Will be putting them up as soon as I have the energy to sort through the mess things got into when I got home. >;<

      June 6, 2012 at 3:05 pm

  26. Hi KC! I have enjoyed your writings and wish to honor you in my list of “recommended sites.” You are invited to accept any of the awards offered here, do check it out at http://songsofseasons.wordpress.com/2012/06/12/new-post-sunshine-warm-blessings-bright-lovely-awards-sparkling-inspiring-treasures/ .

    June 12, 2012 at 12:02 pm

  27. your blog is like a beautiful forest- very soothing and pleasing background. loved it. 🙂

    happy journey!

    July 2, 2012 at 3:28 am

  28. Very Inspiring Blogger Award coming your way! Link and instructions posted on my site 10th July xxx

    July 3, 2012 at 10:25 am

  29. I nominated you for a well deserved award please visit my post to pick it up .

    August 12, 2012 at 11:24 pm

  30. Welcome to the Fiction Relay, kyotzeta! 🙂

    January 9, 2013 at 1:43 pm

    • KC

      Heyla! I can’t wait! Thanks for the welcome, and you can call me KC…like the name, Casey.


      January 9, 2013 at 4:10 pm

      • Awesome! Thanks, KC 🙂
        – Dawn

        January 10, 2013 at 12:22 pm

  31. Delilah

    Hi KC, welcome to the Relay! It’s always interesting to see what someone else brings to the story. Plus we’ve become our own little quirky family now. Glad to have you.

    January 9, 2013 at 7:13 pm

    • KC

      Glad to’ve been considered worth letting in! I was watching “Guns of the Magnificient Seven” with my dad a bit ago…feels a bit like that. *chuckles* “Hear you’re looking…” “I’m looking…” “Well, I’m asking.” 😉

      January 9, 2013 at 8:54 pm

      • Delilah


        January 10, 2013 at 11:04 am

      • Delilah

        Part 20 is up!

        January 30, 2013 at 4:52 pm

        • KC

          Yikes, that went fast! Hmmm…wonder how I can bribe Ted into taking a week or two…or maybe three… ;p

          January 30, 2013 at 6:42 pm

          • Sorry… I did take a week… can’t wait…

            February 9, 2013 at 4:20 pm

  32. Hey KC… glad you joined up!

    January 9, 2013 at 10:17 pm

    • KC

      Me too! *wicked grin* Can’t wait to get to play with your…stuff. 😉

      January 10, 2013 at 11:13 am

  33. Here you go, kid… you are up! http://tedstrutz.com/2013/02/09/fiction-relay-part-21/

    February 9, 2013 at 4:19 pm

  34. elmediat

    May the words be with you. 🙂
    “Remember the paragraph Luke.” from “The Keyboard Strikes Back”

    February 24, 2013 at 6:19 pm

    • KC


      February 24, 2013 at 6:28 pm

  35. Tell me more about this stepping away from the keyboard thing? What is that, and how do you do it?

    April 9, 2013 at 3:16 pm

    • KC

      *lol* Well, once I manage to do it, I’ll be sure to let you know! 😉

      April 9, 2013 at 7:46 pm

  36. Hi,
    I just dropped by to say thank you for following http://www.postsofhypnoticsuggestion.wordpress.com, It’s much appreciated.
    I really like what your doing here, so I’ve followed as well
    Wishing you all the best

    PS I’m also on twitter if you fancy following me there: http://www.twitter.com/tbtalks

    April 12, 2013 at 6:42 pm

  37. Thanks for showing interest in what I put out too. I sincerely hope you continue to find my works entertaining & pleasurable. Be safe.

    April 26, 2013 at 5:49 am

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