daddy's irish girl wade
Walk Slowly - Poem by daddy's irish girl wade
If you should go beefore me,
walk slowly down the path of death,
well-worn and wide,
for I would wait to overtake you quickly.
And seek the journeys ending by yuor side.
I would be there so forlron not to descry you,
down some shining hinbroad when I come;
and often look behind you and pause if you hear someone calling you home.
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