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        There was a girl I once knew
        Open, honest and kind
        With a caring mind.
        That life she outgrew.
        am not surprised
        She is despised
        I saw what she went through.

        The years took their toll
        Filled with sadness and despair
        Without any hope of repair
        Can God hear her prayer?
        save her soul that was stole
        And dwells in that black hole.

        No place to call her own
        Frightened, scared and feeling alone
        The seeds had already been sown
        Right where they had grown.
        I met her on a wet Monday
        Or it could have been a Sunday
        It was on the airport runway.

        The look in her eyes was no disguise
        There underlies the answers to the
        Many lies, written as clear as
        The vastness of the skies.

      • #9655

          I love that. …

        • #9654

            chronicles of my journey 🙂

          • #9653

              Excellent work liberty, really thought provoking and I can very much feel the words. Let’s hope the light at the end of our long tunnel x

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