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Yosemite

              Carved by the hand of God you are
              awesome, heavenly, take my breath 
              away, Yosemite.
              I worked and lived in Yosemite when   
              I was 18 1/2 till I was 23.
              How was I to be so blessed? some
              would say I'm lucky I guess.

              What an impact you had on me,
              for I was young broken and, lost
              till you opened my eyes, you filled
              my heart.
  
              You healed my heart, you healed 
              my soul with all the beauty, the magic,   
              that you behold.

              Your sunrises, sunsets, waterfalls,
              your  meadows, wildlife, granite                
              walls of Half Dome, El Capitan, Clouds
              Rest, and the Camp 4 climbers they were               
              the best.

              The people, the memories, that I had made
              will last me my lifetime I will take them to 
              my grave.

              Now when I die I have just one request,
              please spread my ashes and, lay me to 
              rest, in the place I love the best, my heaven
              on earth Yosemite. 

              So I thank you Yosemite, for the Kodak
              moments, and memories, that you truly
              gave to me.  
              
              You healed my heart, you healed my soul,
              with all the beauty, and magic, that you behold. 
             

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