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  • Taking your hand was the best thing I could do
    You shone for me what I needed to see
    In the softer walks we led each other through some of the Mystery
    Wasn't it Buckeroo who said, "No matter where ya go... There ya are""
    So many times, everyone here walks in the Faith they have come to share
    More more more questions than answers and all of them, in some way carrying Love's care
    You turned towards me, enter my heart, speak freely , life, like we we are meant to be
    All of us here seeking the little piece amoung the crumbs, from the woman who went there,
    so everyone might see how we let ourselves be the ones , who mean to give thanks
    while, you as you ,walk beneath the deep woods almost silently.

    Concepts of god are handed down and shared, so we might play with the persons we have a chance to be
    There are controls and whips and lines and all the rest of the things we allow Others to do to ourselvesbut , we don't have to.

    When I am on a walk through the woods with you, I have my chances to be the dream and let go
    I know we will hear and see that tree in mid fall and have a path to the other answer we seek..

    WE are all the same, passing this way
    It's just past dawn
    please accept this as prayer, without the meat
    I'll touch the leaves and the bees while having some tea
    Walk out my door and listen for you out there.

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