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    N
    o Matter how far you travel

    you can always come back home
    no matter how lost you get
    people who love you wonít forget


    Forgive me for my imperfect ways
    I try and try
    and still I fail

    A friend will find you in a dark place
    and lead you into the light
    a friend will hold on
    when all have gone

    Forgive me for my imperfect ways
    I try and try
    and still I fail

    I will be the one here on earth
    to shelter you in my arms
    to feed you when youíre hungry
    to quench your thirst

    Forgive me for my imperfect ways
    I try and try
    and still I fail

    I may not have much
    if my lifeís on shifting sands
    but with one hand Iíll help myself
    and with the other Iíll help you

    Forgive me for my imperfect ways
    I try and try
    and still I fail

    Iím no angel from above
    all I know is that I do love
    and when it matters most
    sometimes I do misjudge

    Forgive me for my imperfect ways
    I try and try
    and still I fail

    Raija 14-1-2017

    • Mick Pacholli
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      Beautiful poem Raija
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