Mignon Isaacs Bryant (04/15/1990 / Austin, TX)
Those who have fallen will rise again,
And those who have risen will fall.
It's something so steady that, through all this pain,
There is lasting courage for all!
Courage, my friend! Courage will keep you
Laughing, and standing up tall.
For, while you believe, and keep right on working,
Your courage will cushion your fall!
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