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Youth returned

A mind awakens after years of dark
A beating begins in a once stagnant heart 

A lady of old who once lived so young
Is reminded of days that early on had begun

A smile thrown straight as an arrow in site
Lands upon her, no warning that it would take flight 

So sure she had been, that alone she would roam
A flicker of doubt now shadows her home

Also a flicker of hope if she dares
To let anyone know that inside she still cares

A hand to hold tightly, a touch that's so fine
It trembles so slightly, when it greets her each time

Footsteps in the hallway remind her he is near
His soap smells so sweetly she knows he is here 

Alone most her life now, she though that okay
But now that he's home, different she'll say 

Live as you must, survive as you go
Take time out to love, for love only grows


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