Del Mar Middle School - Metamorphosis Yearbook (Tiburon, CA)

 - Class of 1973

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I walked and Wall-sed till I1'c,em'e fe la iiige eleurinege I them proceeded sto- eef niiyi clamp: I arranged everything in G' Cfelffflin- WOM I YthenfdeQid.edlf0fp1Ldy QPHTY me-ma fplflyfif-CllfCl'e11'O11I2S?' and hours? uiitil I get fe1Tibly'b.oiieidL Gnd Very hungfy. Deciding to' geif Seine- thing ro'fe.Qt,Q Il we-rw ld.0'Wn the hilfw my house cmd lead ra p'eanum. beuvtier dnd jelly S-cmdwich for lunch: The wlioleifumily was lmvmg pizza JGlTldll'1'luy methler Wesaggettihg mio-sey. She started asking qfues.tio:n,s. Where hmnefyefu been aall':meTmi1g?""gshe uskedg 'l U Olin, plueesg. 'J said. "Are you geing mrhe store with mleil? -e0iI1'g Q hell She gsqjfdi 'And' Fm, thinking nj? Stepping! foci' me ncieumn " 'WWE-lla 1' L said.,l,.diggfngLmfy'mes intnfthe flnror, "I1g11ess IWIIQ wants to' rum- awf-W IIIHYWGY? F- H10 Heh? IO? HWS elf- le I remember this time reepgelciai1y?beem'u1s.e this was the Longest I' ' stayed away frame home- I eizfessfdll Iiftle lfid1S'f1111 'HWGAY at 16-G SFOHGG' iii their ehildhoods, if mot be hnillidfi wimee in fheifzmindeev ' h x , Phil Cbyle Q X' Van f f l , -l pam 'iii A - ' Y TIGRESS' ,O f n .3 50--Q. "9vethe1wGv her-silkenrailgciurvefs. I - 00 i 0QoKo Q Whergoldrsfamdingoutrfromtheblook. ' 03 . ogg A ,KF'9W'nQthGtl,Wgs stc1nd.ih,g.iodihirobtyby, h ik!-5 T t 5' 10. of , She'e9P?dw'f'v'efnsrwhefrprevzl M ' -'i n .. Q90 Q fy 0 B AUG Qwlhgifherdeod'D.rey,cizfin'alshokeg W0 jo .QQ 'Do , no f She poddeetoventorme - 1 fji '.-U0 ' 'QT'm6'.liCiKfTh6blc3D.dfroffthergieamlhg teeth: -. tt ' h' ek,, f 'l3a.UrelfHoskins , UDB -QFC1'dQQ fl0F?'P6Gl QIQWDUF1 INEHEYQYGN, 7335 H3621 between hispowts. He herd. to. admit he wasnit getting. . , . V i 9'UY'V0b!Wf9efi HB WGErQ9WiU'Qf- QIQY 'Qf6'5!'DQ ih?fCh9D'SQ , ' A - r Q l With hisrteethrfallingioutrand his arthritis flarting up, hewas K I i . 0 y ' pertetztiy-oontenttto sleepin thesrrn th'ese"dgysQ, g f r, f ,. v Y 4 i There had been other days, howeverpL.Old Fredcouid ' t . ' , Q 1rGm'emE2erthGm?eli1rsWh?n'he hecibeen ThQ'F5iQK0f the 1 to . ,- i 1 t ' pack, when .dll the giit dogs' im 'the neighborhood? were 0 ' s Q rrgmrno ovefhm- H'e'wQulc mererv Yyifik or one gnc: me f -w. -A 4 ' wouldioollapsetozthe sidewolkgapanting, A - - 1 t r i He 516553661 Gjfegiittinig as cj cjufej 'Ftehcih-fPC6dIe r 5 A ' K 'Game byr She held her. nose high in the air. "Skittenng ' r. ' ' y Q lGSs3'E'the oldjtdogfthoughtitqhihhself. ffHowlwishtI"hc1d, the r, ' i A y energy to tome hen" Just. then: cr rshogtgyi Gollie roome twig, ,, 'ff,W,,.i,, jl -my 4 N 1, W r iediihgdbwnithdstreet.'Qrtizy liibrileii' -i Q ' , f ' 'ff , ,, , xt n Ered's' restless thoughts 'IOEQGFQ' roaming again. He ' ' - We fy, .- , fWGSr16Q1blCiiC1f1diWfise'fOl1subhrChildishffdIios.LChil.diSh2 He ' ' smilinglyx remembered. his boyhood: days. They hadnit beers childish, TDZQY hid EQQIT IDB and thEy 'Wifi M6592 him wise. Hepainfully rose to his feet, trying to 'see through thefQQ.,1TMiI1Q1Qsb.lCture TIHQSG ddysr BU! 'fhev Wertiighohmhe- Anet'omeioamnothgopbaok instime. Kirsten: Smith i trier 11i Umt' J I t 'Q fr I Hailstones falljhglfrorht the skies 'H' GYGFWCI P53 QM!-tevew size Bguflalngsongfromrdawn tilltm 0517! Frllrrrglupthedqywithigloomg V When offlast the sun comesowtg They drioblef down- theyrooftop spout QQIQWYU'-Pelbf ' ly M Leaves in1Fg1'1l 0 g Q e f g Thevleaves in fall, A ,Aly g Are1Ji11kGn'd'1fed, ' V 'Yf i f -' Orange d11.dJyie1lo.W, RM: - ' g An'dlbrown1Whemtheyfzfe detrd, Q f 1 They hang on for 1-ife, j i A g we ' f 9 Biustfall when they die. 2 ,X W 2 Theyerumbleun'd'.cTciC1-:le ' il Xl ' A An'd.f1yLhrou'gh theskyg ' LOLPGII B:envenu.ti ,, .S 1 ' :iff X 'ON My-WAY T0 T1-IEWINDMILL K N xx My e el I V ff 'f 1 ff e Walkiihg fo ci windmill XML .si , 11 , ac-ross bczirremlcmd -xf f ' wi' , fiery A , 3 -f 1o'oki11g fU1T11'fZ,G,TdS fA 'f", '1L ".f Q ' ' fund something tovdol e f- i f Y?" V e e ' gi ' ' A We coeuldn't.g,et've1'y'dirty ' - if ,Y e - I A 'lf H0111 diessedf up in good elbtheslf A ' -133' I 'L X f .mQ5,aSJmueCh fun ' a iqi if W V: L .gomethmgem do 1 g - - u .Liy g 'I -s1idingd.O'Wf1c1hill f '71 . ' I ' ' ' . and getting W5 !d9'f ,, . X ' jf -7? - all Sera.tc:he'd up. X . V ,f , i , , JJ - f 'fl' In I I J, . . e e ' '-'--- 'fi .fffsf ff We - Gmger Snuthe '! v X X ' A V I ', f fl-' ' ' X A , e . e Q ff ,EM fff' e .... -f - e ' , f X e e e e e e X A ,f X gf pf'-ff 1 'ie My ff, f X f f X X ff , g e if e f gf. I ,f - fx. - - RAISIN 'Sweet and-succulent I ' l FATE OF THE FROG A- froggyjiumped, into the stew. dribbling hot iuices in the SUTIQ' and turned at putrid shadeof blue. Cl-1I'liD8 vines like 5HU'lf9S- I I We 'Il dish him up at supper-time Peeking fhf 011811 81' 9911 blafllfefs-H and eat his legs so sweet and fine! Alas poor froggy met his fate, l Dffed Und Dfllnish We served him on a dinner plate. wrinkled oldlladies, toothlzess ond. balding men, Keith Bwufrtel. shrunken from beauty and bright gaity... Made to order for l Raisin Brant! X X ' I XXX Q ' l Maribeth Baron -' I is I - I I HL:-.. MY OLD FRIEND The wind was very sharp' an-dacold. It inode me wish I hadn 't sold My hat that Was so nice land' warm, That clung to me in many alstorm. l 1 Without my hat my hair Won-'t stay. " I I -I I I ' A I' ' A I WISH I had my hat today. I 5 ' , X L K ' - I , - "I Lofen Benvenuti L I 5- 5 ' T .'i. , lf' Y' 1 1 - . l ut- , W ll h ' H1 R , 1 i " A ' Nl , . fm f V , T?" ' xl A li ' 'H ""' ' I ll A LADYBUG l . X , ' v "4 41119 l l Q" 'll " ' l In the daylight l ,., ,I m l I see a shrunken turtle ' I I creeping along. ' I , ,af Hestops, Q eff? t puts on his Reds, I I Y , y I y ELK and climbs up the flower X 4 , y s r' .V QQ 1' back-words, Rebecca Pickett ASHORT stony l siievygsiyoqng,-o'n,iy 4-yeqrs oiq. she lived aionewifni hergrandfather Her grandfatherwas strict-very strict- She had a friendwtthlher, a'n.unr1sua,l thing forYGrgndfathei' ter 'allow her to have. She took her friend to the pond. it was. lher favorifeipldoe, her special plate. They-sat there, not italking.Just thinking, and staring at thepond. The water was murky., ah, ugly greenish. lt wasionly a- small bond, but the bottom could not be seen. Her friend' -leaned' over, asking-where the bottom was: She leaned out tae. far.'She' fell in. W W - I The-.girt sat and wafchedwaitimg for her toicome up. She ran in to teilG,ranid,father. .ll Shegwas' 8,- hacln't had a friend to playiwithlsingae she was 4-. Grandfathenhad not allowed it. She had az friend with ,her now, a sbeeidl friend- They were playihg by the' ipond. Tag. She waslt. She chased her-friendfaround and around' the pond.: Quiekly ,she turned back. Her Efriehd' saw her andrjumped out of the way. She landed 'at the' edgeof fhepond. Sheilost her balan ce. She fell ini Theigiirl 'stood andwatohed, waitingi-for her to come' .up. She 'ran into tell Qrgjndfather. Ill She was 12. -She sat ,albne bythe pend. Grandfather did notrallow friends. She had played with a friend only. twiee. That was Cl long time ago fhQugh. Sheilooked infb the pond, thinking of her friends. She leaned 'out farther, w.ond'erimg. Hergrandfather called. lt startlediher. She fell' rn. She ikept sinking. The wafer was Clearer as: she neared thebottom. She could see and breathe. Shefsaw the bottom. -She saw her friends, standing there, waiting or her. ' No.one stood and watched, waiting forher to .come UP- r ,. No.one ran in to tell her grandfather. Troy'Basseft ROSEN S PARK ' s Iheswindibends the frees and ruffles the grass in e - g iRosem'siRark. There .isdn over4sized pond inthe center of. ' .. ' - - ' . the park and,at one endof tt, a dogiand a DOY ' i ' , ' s . " - ' iplay at the waterfs edge. The-Lpond at Rosen's Park is S ' . 4,5 ' 1 kidney-Showed and isriefhcrbs five hundred vrxidsrfrom ' ' S' '- W if 'endito ends Thereiwasomoe ayoung :girl whordrowned ' there- b,ut'thcit's,ahc5lhef.stQry. ' M I Many peoplehave sci id thafthey feel iasiifthey are af' ' ? theedge of the world in Rosen's Park. And sure' enough there is asense' of magical beauty as you.lbok.lnto the ' Water. You -.eanisee some 'of the 'fish lust below the I surface and you wonder how many moreythere are - hidjrfg aifid cowering in the rocks and watebplants, Evenifhough the cars rushby on the roads outside the pa rk, you can't hearthem once inside, for time stands 5 . K stillih Rosenfs Paifk. Ji-in hY Fdiiley I sat there fallalone as your smile-warmed the sl-:yi Iwrotched the violet sunset, as the daylight passed me by, i Igojt up and wall-sed'-along the -beach and found no one around, But the thrushingisounds of summer asiit hit the sunscorched ground. I thought I saw your shadow- asl satkdown on lthersand, g l But it only zwas' a mussel shell as it fell between my handlsf 1 l I thought about you more and more as lthreidarlmess moved the ,sky Il-knew -thatit was over, but you ,didn 't 'tell 'me why. .' ,v,.,.f 1 . 924' , 0551" y l , V .01f"0 essay Dorm Tremor , - ee ' I. .Q T413 r 1 I GX X l X l M 3 , h' e 'L t 'P It 9, . 'Mg' iv , . A 1 ' tl wx l ' i b. l THE BULL Q 'Watch it, bull, that Lraised from a calf. Hun in the arena. lFill'e'd with Wrath, Your eyes are stained a fbloodshot r.edQ You charge forward lowering. your head Go, bull, wi-thi your tongue hanging 'downs Chase that matador round and round! Hun swiftly at an easy gait! Tln'ey'll'l-:ill you an-ywavy tonight at eight. l Mellissa Carrick l She was in love-- -with theirhyrnes that the wrote. l She was in love-- with the softness hefspolie- l He loved her loving i and her feather-down bed, Tea and oranges rat evening,- andthe stories she read. y 'He told her h'e loved her- l That's what hesaid. J l Tinal Mills l l ," 'f - , , ?XY N I' agwdiwfw Wiwm 7 i f - , QT A vwmsi A ,R . ibm sireicWn5 ' A iz? , ... .,, i OVW aceazzg 1014170 P jiviikf 645 F , I .flllilmlxll Sli f I., , 4 'Q x5 ' i I new Zgiii Qnwfe :um -4 ! , . - -:I ,.-- W- ' f ,H 'gig .1 "ww 3, ' ,wiwsw ll 2-"1 561767'lfig1'6l0Q W . Z 535 , 'A I k.,s.., tx K Li, :zmf i . 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' He'eafsbananas..by the bunch' "" ' for breakfast, dinner, feven lunch. A' Q-My" xx When night fails down- on the fozrest deep e ' - he climbs atop ia tree to Sleep. e , . g.?'e XX!! X ff k ' 'GCll'Q1Y1'1P61'0f N - - 1 "7 ' r' - '- W X 9- 5' a n ' . - se I rcjderzf cgkwverg z4Qa1, low klwfw .wt Z?ym5 Mai mia! pwmuffm11vQ1. 51155 C0Z6fli67'd5A0 A , imma i V X' 4- , ,BYHIQ W 1 ' f 1 xx 5 , 1 01-01 i- X 1, x ,X I SX v, ffm? -gt. - , I i xl A 2 1 M , A' A -5- A Q"""'N .. E 1 1 G I : R 1 ,, 7' 1 5 lfsx 1713 ami if 5 5Q QW ?'if f"'fw fwkzh K junk afegwllcrkfq, qwiWWZZmZQf6l2mi2vm6?Q3, cwfbzvui oL5iZ2n2 .507g. GWf9ff?WwM9fWQ- HIOW ITALY CAME 'FO BE Un the third gday' of the sieveri-. when God 'WG'S7C1E8CITl'I'lg the Universe, He came horneafterra hard'day's work. God was tired andinlth'e'1i1o.o.d for Something -special for dinner, .butit-Was Wedn'e's,day, m'e'qtloof. He Sgt down and took offlhis boots. His wife wdlked. in. "S,ol1oW'-s,the1 Universe QOIning?" I "Cleary, Iguessf. Listen, Dear, Il-mow tonight is Wedn'esd.ay'. and Wednesday is.-riieatloaf, but I 'm tired. I -washoping. for something special. " b "Yo.u're tired. You sent' that fboy, Adarng uphere sofhe wouldrft get in -your Way. We11,.1et me tell -you something. ,I-Ie's been running all over the clouds. Every time I'd put somethingaway, Fd turn my-back for five seconds and hefd have that, pious' d hundred other thingS,o.ut. Hes: Q regular hurricane: he is. "No, Dear. I wonit have inode hurricanes till Friday. " "'I don-'t care. Thats what he is. And ij' youthink that making enough meatloaf for someone your sizeis- easy, you 've got another thing coming.. You Want something-special-? Make it -yo.urs.elf.- Assheich'or1ge'd out ofthe room she. tripped over his boogt. "Don 't 'you ever put your zboots away?" "Sorry Dear." "Sorry, Dear. Is that allryou .oon sayr. I .could have killed' myselff' y ,She stooped tolpiolf :up the boot., God ducked quickly as Qthefboot was hurled across the room. It rnissejd Him .ondnrerbt flying out ,the window. God nano to the Window G1'ldljlD0liBd1 out, just in time fto. se'e it land below in a body--of water. "Mm, " God thought to Himself, " You liI10IWg that dbesn 't look too. had there." And soy in later year-s-, the boat .came to -be known as Italy and the. 'body of water, the Mediterranean. Megan Evans -M6 I 1 .lx T-0 sn .I , 'I 'O IA4 'I 4 4 + ff' ff l Qi Q WWLVQ5 E-+R Tia WLWE5 cwwgwf Wm We wwf U an cmsgivg Cqrawfymzaf mowf. I cgurnwf 5447ll7"Qf 7'056A Glfmgeaf 0G59vwL'a,mf .s Z5enz.fe5fes. T56 f aMfw nwaCmnvC.5 ,J D 517565 wwf? cms Wg Lazard, Cizjzaizfed fag ,Q fegpllwkws, Swfwiffff JL Eeifwem Lvoizggfff if iv' JL 5iryQ JL 410451615 Aww. 305 1705er7C 316610-fif ,..EgE2E"is.::.. 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'and lvaryisoap , Toikeep him sparkling glean. l'lllbuild a boatg. 'MV boat will float, An-CTSQQVWillliUml5 if1.lMiih.EYieL Then we'lllsail away forthe rest- of- our lives, JusttGeneral,Sp.otaitr2l me ' l A' x blade-of grass. Heplaoed it between'his'two:thum bs, DebbiefPollak raised ,ithtohis Iipsyancl blew through ttl Akind of honking. sountdipiercea the airamd lstarledto Iaughql laughed anddlaughedtand he blew and blew. span. ' my curiosity over-powered my humor ana lI picked at - s blade .ot grass myself. ltrieal and tried but no.matter.how 'P hajra l'blew, I ejouldn"t'mqlge thatsamerlouq thrusting- I ' naiselthat broke the peaoefulness of: that sunset. Finally, after-Whatfseemed-like-'hours, it came. First,-a mere squeak. When it grewlounder and stron.geruuntillout.of my. small hand Clflfld rrteuth, burst afsyhargrelearhamlk. Qh, t , . I what arjoytfilledlmerup with pride and pleasure 'tilll 'qi i theught surely lwould burst. Longafter, we s2atthere,yhe I t I and l, till-allwasfquiet-except the light on ourporch and ,,,.- --1""' ,, our heavy breathing. Then we walked in the hausehand ' in +han'a,ran'a I lojoked upto see' him smilingiatmez Wai., I . 4325351 ltsmiled ba ck-. . , ,, 35EiREEE?-rr I :::::-555-gif ' ShannontBaker I 1 . '. """ " N II I-III II as xx -:KX Ii .1 5-fx s --II I I x I - Qyfesfs if is . ffl 4 y Q N th -. Rs 4 ' '24 ' .gs QQ A Qx gs, - '. K-., gf if f., GI. , N ,S ' , , , .If K. ' 'RFQ-, V' S 'ef Y Q . Q Wg. l llkll if X Q, - were 'S '-ve:,:::::-Q? 'T . . 'N i'r. 'Q N ffm. N. .IQ XII x XX- . , M . I X x gg x'I X ASX I 'Nl ,x.w I Ng Q-XXI In s II: N..IIIII I - XT- -- X'-.XI xxx v . X Q N. xx . , .5 ' '- r . .XI X x - -. X N . X .A N. . II .1 II? X- N R ,X x ,. " 'X ,-, Y x . 'X I - . XX -r 'X 'X X. Muck THE PINE TREE I saw a giant on a hill That stood so very straight and still That ifghe. had not bowed his head EI surely would have thought him-'deadg He stood alone in silence drinking. E1 did not know what he wasp thinking. Upon the ground, his shadowlay, Gone at night but seen by day-. Suddenly the wind lashed out To give the landan ardent bout. R . , N . xQ i aka? si. ""4v - 'Sz z'g,Q..,Oy I ' f PQYGQQ ,A - f g 'o9,.v',, ' - . , - i L , I. Xxx ,vo j Y l in pf es' t is 4 Q' x-Qt" , 1 ' Q L39 'QP VW! : fm . QM l 3 . f i - 4 ' ' . W- X 'ftff o YQ: 62 'Z ' E ' A A 1 -- X N 2 1 fi ll X55 , Q ' fp 'xi , , K bvxkggd . 'ax if :ties ,qeggqi A A f' y 9,4 H r J I W - . g N at-Kr-sei? at VW! , E . ffl . -' I L: . 'V - I N ' Xi X mllllrl' li' "Q ff ' 1 l It whistled by, 'sharp as 'al lrilfifef And beat the frozen giant to life.. He waved countless -arms in agony To. express his sorrow for all to see. I climbed up to him to ask him why He hung his head beneath the sky. He mllsthafve heard me , I supp.o's,e, For he raised his head and then he froze. The only answer that he gave Was a lonely nod and gentle wave. Boib Hafber - in i ' XNNEW " ' E dl iilwf f f Nobody wants a Poor old man who sits y Qnta park bench, day after Day .fonly because there's Nothing else to E 01, smoking they cigar Butts of i the Rich men. Michele Steindlt i E l P Q v . K , f 1 i E . . .. l ' N' THEVAMPIEE BAT ,114 47 , Q C4 Y 'Q Ugly bat, you wrinkled ancient mammal, ' ' ' ' Q ' - ' ,Blind asian ant ' l is g u It l ' With ears like a goblm, l BLACK . g ,,gQ :L 4 You live in :darkness i l X f"' 1" And slumber like an' acrobat. Son of 'Dracula Blackis the center of a pitch black coal. Blackvis, the bottomi g of a deep dark hole. Black is the top of Q The tallest pole. Black is somewhere in everyone's -soul. Keith Bartel With birdlike feet, shrunken body' l And cobweb wings, g You are pug-nosed and sharpffanged. You have no penetrating shriek, h -A radar system built inside. l The legends tell your tales-. l Melissa Carrick si t u x 1 '.Q'.5"v T ' ' . ,. EM gf. 'A i' 1 1 . ,X BACHELOR The bcpchelor is .q4,cfqgne'y guy G.J1'Ut ofgfui.. Hesiieis all the cuties up And never one! ' Ia 431-zie Carters This guy is giving -hirs,,he'ad'u2 twirl. He 'si1lo.o1fmg"a1t aprexty girl. H'-1is1h1eQa.d"is-full Qflots bf tricks Like 38, 244, His eyes are big: his head is teeny. He' thinks :of ldrge girls ing small bikinis. He sees- himself up front, cgustar -- The 'biggest spenderin town.. by far.. Hetlsieiefs Liimseif im flowenedi Thdft cuitgii the -eyes of all--th'eif1irrAs, eidreqms gfidaiting Lgergeuufs dairies, DI?fiVifl'lg spoitsi cars and fnihying gdines. He .thinks Eifi1ims.e1f, handfsomennd tcmnedl, Wall-:ing gwiitlj .ggin1sih'anfd'in h'gnQ. His hgir mo 'shorti 'hi:s.f11o's1e't'oo'I0hg. 1Bu'fhe1mKeB fhieflxidies -- right or wrbng.. :A1TlgG1Q Dmcott Theme. once was. ez .dentist nam-ed Flynn Wha worked on patient Siueliynn, 'i 'Such e.mbc1rrassed,faees!7 As he UfIlh'0I0li6d'A:h.9F 'bflmeesi -FIfO1fl'1Eh0S.6' of hier bioyffiendi "'Eom'Q1JimI. -Beldiy Chile Y-YV i . . 6.5 i Q wg . , , ' ...K-wx, , E533- 15 X vb B A ' L ' R 4 - 1 0 4 Tru-U1 "J-'21 sa, 'S' Rag, g rf- '41 M., ,ff G' yqgv ig-4554.1-f hd v l w Q . Y i i is boi- I , is vi ' i QP4 'W 'viii wig, V ' ggi' QM- my fi ' 'lv' . ' A , .um COFFEE POT 1 - A fe nf 0 A Whistling 'II1OFlS'lI8I'e ' Sjtgfonl my'5,f,0V9" WINDSHIELD WIPERS Laln'd 'erks emi C0169 Q ' ' abeolfmbiqn 219,591 ff Windshield wiP9TS10VQw2P10fyto They loveto wipe the rain faway. when brown, di-ips 51:61-nt 'dmOppi'ng They love to cool wet drops of rain Down meme bottom, That bounce upon me winddwpdne. qqhevy Conor the ,Water-' 'They swilehfuind swipe like hofsesf tdils. 'ph-e,da Dk brown-of Autunm1 They wihip and snlqp ng heagvy hails. They wipe and wi pe cmd never s-top. when the brown! drops of CO9fJcee They Wdsh 'the Wii1d'shie1d:11Ekeic1 mop. have stop.p,ed+a11'theii' dfippmgg 'T1?1B?C,Qff8'8 is 12e'C1'd57 Tfmlf Bi'SiT1'8 fern slurpimlgi cmd sipping, Keifbi BLGITGI eb ' ' 1 ' ' .. ' T zzzxfizii'-. " gg: ,g e.T.:i'4iff ' '.' ' '1-'-'i7:- 7 1'-3-35 uM,Q,,g,V ,.-Q ' ' 4-255 It WGS .ri Warm s,unny1duyas I wall-fed along the sand. ' '. lb S, Y I pi'c1gzedv11p'G'Sec1 shell and found inside-.c1'm2ai1. f A . 'A 3 A cigar -wqs: fqsotenfe.di in his m'0T11UhTa11dpaibjo'ok between his fUGS1 T 1 QAM ' His eye-S were big fC1SJfOGldiSst0Q1S qs-they'shone out from ,hi-s nofsfe. fl!-fi.-r: 4- VI' Hisfteethwere oo brownish yellow and his skin Wqfs cv pin!-:ish White, V ," 215' X, V 1 Hispeyes gld11c'e.d -over the: bool-z that hisitoes grasped uso tight. T ff' Q I I ' I listened to him murmuw for his fvoirse ewes high dfid sweet. l g: fo' 23 ' ,Q A'sTthe1wind'hit th'e'wQ,ve3, it-'swept hiI1Tl'fIZ01H,hi+S feet. 'V A ?' W : Lpicked up his shell to lifST91T1'GS-h'9 Wa-5jQuTst,c3biou5tto'sg1y .... AQ i 1 , ' The tideocomeoup, the ,b9dCh'Gfld1VVQ1ShQdAh,iII1fGI'-GWQY. I" -'. T o T ,A j f A Dona TTSCITIOIT .r -.', -. ,q 41 1 K 1 b ,Ax ,tif . y. 1 A A .A , P-,.:, ig. I ici' . - ' ' ' r 5 Dix . Q! H 4 Iii- ' 'A-L ' - , i'M f, Q ik h iii ew. E 5. w 2 L, 11, H V11 ' Hb .IN X - ES f fi. 'fuiwg' gi' 1 -- Ei '14 N v Qi-ll' 4 - v ,w-'O' Nb 1 A F?""'ix


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