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Finding Comfort

Like no other road, the miles of dark seasons walks the twisted mile.
If there is darkness, pray for light, to light the hours of solace grey.
Each bend begins and ends, and brings us better days.
Lift to the moments of withered ice, place your flame for a warm device.
Winds may whip and speed on wings of bold, and bring us winter's cold.
We can weather it's arrival and carry on in warm survival.
When Snowflakes float from high, the dust of time will warm the eye.
Gather simple peace anytime, allow your worries to cross the line.
Time will bring change in chance and bring the hills of Spring in our glance.
Give the hours to timely circumstance, and find comfort in nature's sweet romance.

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Finding Comfort