Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
I'll Be Right Here
I'll be right here
When the last snow is
But a memory and
Daffodils push through
Once trampled sod.
Looking through a lace
Dampened by my tears.
I am standing too close to the edge
Of your absence.
You left forgetting to say goodbye,
So, I'll be right here,
When you return,
As you must!
Right here, to tell you face to face,
I don't care,
Dorothy Alves Holmes
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