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‘Forever my love;’
he cried. ’My heart breaks in two
for the loss of you’

Not a day goes by 
When I think of times long gone,
I loved and lost.

Surprised he shouted
‘Hey, you there, are in my chair
get your bum off, now!’
How green the grass grows
where the daffodils bloom wild,
amongst, rocky stony ground

The house stood forlorn
 In the glorious sunshine,
she wept at the sight

‘Today is the past;
Tomorrow, another day
Is there more to say?’


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