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This is my first critiquing, just a poem about those we touch during this journey we call life and how we might affect them and how they might affect us.
There is a letter on the dresser
I sat it there when I walked by
It talks to those I loved in life
To those that hurt and cried
It tells you of my feelings
About my loves, pain and fears
How all the things affected me
And have carried them thru the years
Itís a way to ask forgiveness
To maybe ease your pain
One way to touch the feelings
And wash them with the rain
How many stamps it will take
I have not a clue
But I donít think there is an amount
For it to reach to you
Larry H Dudley
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