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Member Name Keziah Mills
Date of Birth 04/11/1997
Gender Female
Location Sacramento, CA
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    • Classic rock at heart, yet I do have another side called Alternative. My characteristics are rock and roll. Folk is when I have something to say; rap is when I have a lot to say. My happiness shines through pop. I laugh through country, I cry through the blues, I dance through hip hop, and I sing through opera. Ambient-- my nature, techno-- my craziness, R&B-- my love life, classical-- my relaxation, emo-- my anger, and gospel-- my religion (which is practiced through reggae, my spirituality). Jazz is my superficiality. And for anyone special in my life, tango since two can tango (and they can salsa). Indie is my unheard of nature (and trust me, I am very often unheard). Punk is my rebellious self, which sprung through my deep dark secrets in heavy metal. Acoustic is when I am best heard, soft rock is when I am best known. My confusion is trance. My actions are disco. Generally, foreign = my nationality. Renaissance, my history. And if people ever met me, they'd describe me as rhapsody. I can be best heard through my characteristics, acoustic rock; be rebellious from my characteristics, punk rock; and be natural because it's my characteristic, ambient rock.

      I am the music.


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      JmlB   JmlB wrote
      on 6/16/2010 1:01:24 PM
      Thanks for the comment on my daydreams poem, I tried to paint a picture and like you were saying bringing you back to childhoood where everything is sooo amazing, the best years of your life where you can float from here to there, adventuring! I'm glad you got the meaning- I hoped someone had! Josie.

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