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"The Cloud"


I once sat
On a beautiful cloud
Looking down on you
So very proud


Your lovely face
The pretty smile
Happiness running through me
All the while



You never knew
I was really there
Looking after you
Because I care  



I watched you at work
And also at play
Wishing to be with you
To spend the day



Your beauty below
A treat to see
Was the prettiest sight
There was ever to be



For then I wondered
What does this mean
Sadly I awoke
It was just a dream.






Copyright 2004 Ron Hall






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