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  • I have to ask y'all why you think Taylor Smith is important ????

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    • Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post
      I have to ask y'all why you think Taylor Smith is important ????
      Lol. I'm guessing you're referring to Taylor Swift, and I've been wondering the same thing for a while. I don't mind having to see her all the time, she's built a reputation for being pretty awesome about paying it forward to the folks that could use a hand up. Do we know anyone else like that? Hmmm...

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      • Oops - yep I meant Taylor Swift - not Smith.

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        • Originally posted by ROLL TIDE View Post
          I've read more than several comments from over the years wherein the author suggests that there is a twist at the end of a correct solution.
          Has anyone here found a spot in the poem where the twist occurs ?

          I'm not fishing for clues. Anyone familiar with me would know that's not my style.
          I know of a place in the poem, where I see a twist taking place.
          And the clever thing about it, is that it is straightforward.
          Anyone else ?
          Yes, it's mind blowing when you realize it.

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          • A
            S
            I

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            • A's eye... or a sigh
              Page 9...

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              • A
                S
                eye

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                • Ass eye?
                  Page 9...

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                  • LOL, yes. I guess the extra S is necessary to be accurate just needs to be oriented correctly ~

                    So now we have
                    As~○

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                    • Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post
                      I have to ask y'all why you think Taylor Smith is important ????
                      Tom Sawyer I meant to say

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                      • If you've been wise and found the blaze.

                        So, you've became wise. You've got wise. You've wised up.
                        You're wiser now, than you were before.
                        You've changed your way of looking at things.
                        You see things differently.
                        You've seen the error of your ways, and turned away from them.
                        Out with the old and in with the new.
                        You see things in a new light.
                        You now see things from a different angle, a new perspective.
                        You've seen the light.

                        found the blaze ~ seen the light.

                        To see the light, is to turn around.
                        https://www.classicthesaurus.com/see_the_light
                        To see the light, is to change direction, to make a conversion. (think Saul)
                        To adjust.

                        If you've seen the light, turn around and look quickly down . . .

                        Works perfect in my solve.
                        If I turn around after seeing the light, I'm staring directly at what I've been using as the blaze.

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                        • see the light = catch a glimpse.
                          (look quickly)

                          see the light = see the elephant
                          https://www.classicthesaurus.com/see...ght/synonyms/3

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                          • Roll Tide - I don't think we are seeing the same thing but YOU may have just opened my eyes!

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                            • Originally posted by ROLL TIDE View Post
                              If you've been wise and found the blaze.

                              So, you've became wise. You've got wise. You've wised up.
                              You're wiser now, than you were before.
                              You've changed your way of looking at things.
                              You see things differently.
                              You've seen the error of your ways, and turned away from them.
                              Out with the old and in with the new.
                              You see things in a new light.
                              You now see things from a different angle, a new perspective.
                              You've seen the light.

                              found the blaze ~ seen the light.

                              To see the light, is to turn around.
                              https://www.classicthesaurus.com/see_the_light
                              To see the light, is to change direction, to make a conversion. (think Saul)
                              To adjust.

                              If you've seen the light, turn around and look quickly down . . .

                              Works perfect in my solve.
                              If I turn around after seeing the light, I'm staring directly at what I've been using as the blaze.
                              I think it has dual meaning, not only are you physically turning around, but you're also understanding why you're where you are.

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                              • See the light
                                turn around
                                go back
                                recede

                                "The final clue, he said, would be . . . in the parking lot . . ."
                                https://mysteriouswritings.com/dougl...-upon-a-while/

                                In several places, Forrest is on record saying that he hid the treasure as "we were going into a recession", and he wanted to give people hope.

                                in the parking lot = in recess
                                https://www.classicthesaurus.com/in_the_parking_lot

                                recession = drawing together (drawing nigh)
                                a nook
                                a niche
                                a corner

                                If weeds or leaves blew in there and covered it up, would it be buried ?

                                "So one day when it was raining . . ."
                                ". . . the next day it was still raining . . ."

                                rainy days = recession

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