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Letting go- A mothers tale

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Letting go- A mothers tale

Don’t you know that I’ve been there?  I’ve been there before 
I’ve wandered through lakes and been bitten by snakes 
I’ve been there already, can’t go with you child... And in to the fire she goes

Serendipity, amity, bodily bow Twist that cog and off you go
Uppity, apathy, bodily blow and in to the air she goes

Right through your life you will probably find 
Sometimes you’re ahead, sometimes you’re behind 
If you can’t see for looking, I’m here if you’re blind...
Now in to the fire you go.

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