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In Tomorrow's Shade

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In Tomorrow's Shade

Two mistakes had been made
     with my conscience under attack,
One was to let it go,
     the other was taking it back.

Spoken words cast the blame
     and I entirely agreed
That so much had been moved
     beyond the hour of my need.

Somewhere just past the night
     walks the young lad that I outgrew,
Sees it all through my eyes
     but from a simpler point of view.

Whispers glide unspoken
     through stormy ravages of Spring,
Bluebird’s spirit's broken
     and she has fallen from the wing.

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