Roxanne Dubarry

Rookie - 152 Points (October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

'Sing a Song'

A song on your lips springs from your heart.
So what else can you do when you are feeling
sad and blue'

Let your true inner love lights shine
on through your darkest days and nights.
When shadows come await the rising
of the sun. A whole new day has begun.

Wake up sleepy head and don't spend the
rest of your life in bed. Remember when
song birds sing their good morning songs,
{be sure and sing along.} Don't worry
about the right words to say, just
sing! sing!

[Even if the neighbors say you can't carry
a tune morning, night or noon. Carry a song
in your heart wherever you go. Happiness
will find you before you know! ]
June 3,2011

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013
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There was a time when people used to complain about my singing voice, which they no longer do. the { } added words. [ ] I wrote these words but latter decided to omit them. However, I just decided to add them back in March 29,2013

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