Charles Tiffin Clegg

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LOVELY LORRETA


Lovely Loretta's full of love
Everyone she hugs knows this
Everyone is lifted up
Lovely Loretta's full of love
Everyone feels joy in her
Everyone receives her gift
Her love has portability and depth
She transfers it to others
When she leaves she's not more tired
And thats the funny thing
The more she gives the more there is
The woman's never worn
Lovely Loretta's full of love
The everlasting kind
She knows a secret as she loves
The more she gives, the more she has
She too is uplifted
Loretta, we all thank you
from the bottom of our heart
Thats where you dwell inside of us
A universal donor, not needing our assurance
The more she gives the more she has
She changes those around her
and she gives her warmth away
Lovely Loretta's full of love
and she just comes that way

Submitted: Monday, September 14, 2009
Edited: Sunday, December 13, 2009

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