To Say Goodbye. - Poem by Roy Storey
Harks and eagles wheel and fly
lovers kiss and say goodbye
the old man turns away.
Thanks the lord for another day.
What of you
and what of me.
So much to do
so much to see.
Our lives slipping by
to say goodbye.
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