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Jan 2019
In dark rooms
My figure emits
Familiar shapes
Erie shadows
Sound of my voice
Carries a known tone
Haunting notes
A glance in the mirror
Freezes my stare
A reflection of me
An echo of you

When you lose a parent they never really die. We are an echo of them.
Written by
     Perry and Manuel Hutchinson
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