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Where is home, now that home has gone?
All the sights, sounds, and smells of family are now shadow
Once we fled in our teenaged scorn
In search of the things we yearned to discover; in a hurry to grow
Now that we are older, I seek ways to find same fabled place
Where all about me, were brother, sister, and familiar face
I strive to shield my children the way I as a child ‘til storm would pass
Outside the thunder boomed, and the rain would pour
But inside I was protected as we watched it from behind the glass
That sacred porch, we sat and waited for what the world was for
They say that home again, is someplace that you will never find
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The Eulogy for my Mom - Stephanie Barna
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