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I can see the stars on your shoulders now

And what the wind and your skin have in common

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Name:
panthouse
Birthdate:
31 March
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I can see the stars on your shoulders now

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The past
I was a quiet kid. Shy. Slightly neurotic, even back then. I loved to draw and to write stories. That hasn't changed.

The present
Enrolling in art school was one of the best decisions I've ever made. Jason Mraz and Jeroen van Koningsbrugge are my heroes. I'm a deeply religious person, but I'm always open to other people's interpretation of life.

The future
I want to write a book. I want to learn how to ride a motorcycle. I want to get tattoos. I want to go to New Zealand. I want to marry and have kids. I want to do some good in this world.

For where your treasure is...
...there will your heart be also.

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