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My bucket list poem

The first thing I would love to do is ride a horse. The next thing is to move to California of course. I would love to see a concert, a recital, a play, spelling bee, people dancing and to watch children play and frolic on a playground. Who will spend time with me while I do my bucket list and who will make the whole experience profound? I want to become a part of a congregation at a non denominational church and give my tithing there. I want God to have his share. I would love to ride rollercoasters at Cedar Point and Kings Island until I through up my toes. There will be no regrets nor woes. I want to buy clothes on line. I want to buy contacts instead of glasses so I won't be blind. I would especially love to raise a puppy from birth. I want to know what it means to have girth. I want to rent an apartment with a bath tub and is worth the money. They have said no money no honey. I want to find a gay boy who will want to stay with me through my golden years. When I finish my list it will eliminate fear.

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It is about the list of things I would love to accomplish one day.

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Written on October 19, 2022

Submitted by jcdcsc on October 19, 2021

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