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Noah Body


Normalcy


Outside the sun's not shining
The temperature's nice and cool
It's nowhere near nice enough
To go swimming in the pool

But in here, in my heart and soul
It's so warm and oh so sunny
That I feel I'm blinded by the light
It's so bright it's not even funny

Things have changed for the better
I'm full of normalcy and good feelings
The dark is gone and the light is back
I thank the Lord for these healings

Now to the future I am looking
Eagerly and with so much hope
The future is so much brighter
Then the jewelry worn by the Pope

Submitted: Monday, December 10, 2012
Edited: Monday, December 10, 2012
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