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Karl Stuart Kline

(2/16/50 / Las Vegas, Nevada - When there was only one saloon in town!)

(1.4) My Sweet Peggy


She was my sunshine,
My only sunshine,
She made me happy
When skies were grey,
You cannot know, Lord,
How much I loved her
Or you'd not take
My Sunshine away...

My sweet Peggy...
The length and breadth of this world
Cannot contain what I feel for you...
Time itself will melt before the blast
And our love will be known beyond our lifetimes.

You were sick and I was by your side,
We fought, we hoped, we prayed, but you died.
I was there for your last breath and I cried...
and cried...
and cried...

Submitted: Saturday, November 18, 2006
Edited: Saturday, November 20, 2010

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  • Melvina Germain (11/21/2006 1:01:00 AM)

    Amazing, having the opportunity to be there for your loved ones last breath. You loved her so much and it certainly shows in your works. She would have been pleased I'm sure with all the words you write for her.--Beautiful---Melvina (Report) Reply

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