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Diana’s Smile

Diana’s Smile

written by: Russell Colclough


Pray for mother, O boys of the house. Her sunflower smile sometimes gives way to the blush on her face, yet always in blossom, O boys remember her smile.

She watches she cares, she cries a tear for her lost boys. Maybe together, grievances aside, and hands will join, she watches with hope.

Forgiveness forever, life ain’t so bad, just call her name, together always mam and the boys, lift her soul, and the boys together as friends will make her smile instead of sad.

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