A Closed Door
A chapter ends;
closes on the past.
Other roads lie ahead
with all new experiences;
who knows what waits
around the next corner.
But at least
it's her song to sing;
her chance to dance.
With no more clouds
in a wide open sky,
she'll be flying high
without all the baggage.
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