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HM3
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Growing pains
Broken chains
A sad melody

Falling tears
Listening ears
A friend just for me

Reaching out
Sharing doubt
When life gets me down

Hands to clutch
Gentle touch
Can turn me around

Spoken words
Softly heard
Cognitivity

Holding tight
Loving light
Calm serenity
© Copyright 1999 Wanda Ozee - All Rights Reserved
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Well writen ... :-) my friend....
I'm thinking!
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If with pen in hand I've made you think
I've not wasted one drop of ink
vlh.
 
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