wakan tipi [part two]


I began walking down the trail towards the railyard.


I could see it off in the distance. I could see the rail-yard, the water, the woods, and the city.

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So, I set out on my way.

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Soon enough I had reached the trains.


As I crossed I saw the long train of oil tankers in transit. It gave me a feeling of vastness as the train rolled by. I watched seemingly endless black gold pumped from the Earth shipped to who knows where.

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Somehow I had made it to the other side, to a golden woods thought lost to the ages.

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wakan tipi [part two]

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