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Your Footprints
BW (June 22,1992 / Waterville)

Your Footprints

Poem By Michael Shepherd

Alone in fear,
Life stills in fright.
So quiet,
So cold.
What is coming of Earth,
Noone can escape it.
I may be a goner,
But always will I hope.

Pandora's box empty,
One thing left inside.
Hope will always stay,
Within our warm hearts.
Most will panic,
Run in thier fear.
Others will remain,
Pray to their Gods.

Never will my life cease,
Never will my hope end.
I will live forever,
Even though I am dead.
My hope is eternal,
Others will look for me.
I will be reborn,
I will save this Earth.

Never lose your hope,
Remember it lives.
It lives in your hearts,
In your very dark soul.
Never lose my love,
I put in your life.
I'm always very near,
When you need me most.
Never forget.

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