Once Upon As - Poem by James McLain
Did you mean:
what you owe and you which i loved deeply
and a but a short time ran off too?
once upon as when above it did start
there once was but a single ' i live'
grain of sand some where out their left upon
and it's you i ever, gave my wings
why too clip and hobble my heart to the ground
and my spirit it gave to my heart a song.
but oh, with her and liked more than he liked his son
which could she/i liked at all,
i must look at my little the how many open ed door
that carried it out by heaven'
walking and walk white fresh long sandy shore.
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