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Norma Lou Baker

How can I leave you when there are gardens to tend
How can I leave you when there are clothes to mend
How can I leave when the blooms dancing in the breeze
How can I leave you when we've reached the days of summer ease
How can I leave on a cloudless summer night
How can I leave at all when the time is never right.
I leave in the sunshines golden embrace
I leave you with the gentle touch of the wind upon your face
I leave you with the lake, lapping at the shore
I leave you with my pictures and memories galore

I can follow you through life, I can see every part
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Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: memorial
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