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Hold On


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Mother don't go away
Stay here with me
I know where you long to lay
Soon I'll be free

You miss dad
I'll see you more
You've been very sad
We'll travel to distant seashores

We'll watch sunrises and sunsets
I'll have the time
I want no regrets
No job and daily grime

I'm going to retire
I'll be here for you
It's you that I admire
Your remaining years may be few

We buried your one and only son, my brother
Your heavy heart carried so much pain
On that dark October day, it felt like we buried you too dear mother
Your tears have been like a steady rain

Hold on for me
We'll have good times in all kinds of weather
Mother, stay a while longer, my plea
When you leave, you'll be with dad and brother like birds of a feather


June 5, 2008 Janet Irene Griffin

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