Heather Burns


Great Our Sorrow


Like a mist on
the ocean
As the sun comes
out

warms the waters
it vanishes
So like our baby
great our sorrow.

heather burns

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sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow
sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrwo sorrow sorrow
sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow
sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrwo sorrow sorrow
sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow
sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrwo sorrow sorrow
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sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrow sorrwo sorrow sorrow
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Submitted: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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