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Jul 2015
If you stray from where you should've,
no bed when comes the night,
don't suspect your compass wasn't right.
If the needle showed a way
and you followed it to erring
the misfortune of wayfaring;
It may not be the instrument in hand.
The heart is at fault here.
You chose the wrong North, it's clear.
Lost because you followed the wrong target.
Amy H
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Amy H  45/F/United States of Abandon
(45/F/United States of Abandon)   
       bones, John Stevens, Sally A Bayan, ---, --- and 4 others
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