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No Matter Where I Be

As if now's lost the burning sun,
     forgotten be the days been done;
Yet somehow past a hidden moon
     still grows a future coming soon.

Once it was that life held a truth
     while buried deep within our youth;
But pushed by winds of fleeting time
     its long passed through this heart of mine.

Like remnants of the autumn leaves,
     small blessings count for one who grieves;
And thoughts that fall when times are slow
     will come to rest in fallen snow.

Through echoes of a distant song
     life drifts away and soon is gone.
Then like the clouds colored by shades
     I'll join in the passing parades.

Those pictures of a distant past
     will fade into the shadows cast
By those that bring the gavel down
     on them now resting underground.

No matter where it is I be,
     on mountains high; in depths of sea;
My soul will hold this promise true:
     I'll ne'er forget my love for you.

Copyright © Daniel Larson | Year Posted 2017


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