I Kid You Not
Composed by Ishika Kawatra, a grade 10 student.
I was walking by the beach
Feeling the warmth of the soft sand
And the warmth of the sunshine
The water glimmering with its rays
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Written by Jyotsna Iyer, a second-year undergraduate student.
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