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I'm A Collier

I'm living my legacy here in Tennessee I'm loving the outdoors without wifi in the boonies I'm living here in the holler my original bloodline is a Collier I'm living pristine country with all the wild game nothing matters here I have an old settler name I see the deer, squirrels, cardinals, ground hog and turkey fly above the trees the cows roam the pastures who all stare and follow me the creek sings me songs and my meditations come on strong I know the good ole days aren't the same tale of Huckle Berry Fin and Tom sawyer people moved in more and more and lived around the holler I can hear shot guns left and right and sawing logs in the day light Its not always quiet in the country in the holler but I can always be a proud Collier

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