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Interlude for In The Pines

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This is just a hypothetical bridge, to be performed, spoken, as part of the song, "In the Pines".

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Interlude for In The Pines

She came from the village
One day's ride from here.
Though I'd  only met her but the once,
She's stood in a corner of my memories
All down these many years.

She had that Fugitive look about her-
Eyes like a wary fox.
She would not add nor take from what she'd told me;
Her heart was full of locks.

Copyright © William Masonis

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