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My First Love Song

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broker6
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My First Love Song
by ©Richard J. Budig 1997

I hear you in the stillness
In the morning mist of my mind
And in the green valleys of my heart
Like a ghostly Gaelic lament
Calling, calling me home
You were my first love song
And I hear you still
In the hush of the day
As it falls to evening's touch
Soft like a distant dove
Calling me home to you
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Hmmn, I still have one of those that I think about. Enjoyed this much!
 
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