Phoenix Moore Swim Poems

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    You swim in the trees you climb the branches, no matter big or small.
    You climb in the water you swim in the lane, no matter how wide or long.
    You kick the volleyball, you wiggle your toes in the sand, no matter how rocky or rough.
    You ball your hand into a fist to butt the incoming soccer ball.
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Floor 2 Impossible 2 Gaze 2 Verse 1 Swim 1 Follow 1 Avoid 1 Portal 1 Switch 1 Live 1

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