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Tom Allport

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Babe


Babe hold my hand
And understand
How close can we be
Before we see
The strand- which
Pulls and parts
Our hearts
The line so fine
Yours and mine
Loves divine
Through infinite time
Everlasting never parting
Always reaching- reaching
Babe hold my hand
Forever

Submitted: Monday, April 23, 2012

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