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OH YE REMEMBER BY PHILIP PEACE

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A day comes when a day is dead,
A pleasant pain lies on life’s bed.
Oh, what fainting pride has roses;
When it pride in scent rain could ‘lease?

But my shoe has the earth in it
While the gleam’ng stars bow at moonlit;
Why then do I have to recall
what I’ve forgotten to recall?

A smil’ng handshake buys a country,
Peaceful war could free a country;
But where lies the pride in bondage
When we grow and reduce in age?

But great hope comes in hopelessness,
Certainty comes in weariness;
Know you know me we own a grave-
Fear not to pass away being brave.

“words from the innocent mind”
            Philip Peace

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