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Feb 12
Your soul
A cabin as it should
Surrounded by forgiving trees
And friendly fern laid paths beneath
Your sound
And sound is that of thrushes knocking
Cattails waiving friends goodbyes
With summers long once gone to rest
In other counties
I'm glad you tried
To keep that hymnal you alive

In my country you did belong
Countries and counties.
Written by
         Alyce Black, Quixotic, AS, TD, Sparrow and 5 others
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