By Joanne Stampley
We can’t move on hurting this way
We can’t cross on hurting this way
So, I’ll offer you your freedom and consistently pray
That the sunlight will shine
Leaving darkish clouds dehind
You by no means noticeable the discomfort in my eyes
Or the loneliness in asserting good-bye
So have your freedom my son
No extra struggling with, you’ve received
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