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The Long Winding Road


Look up to the tree silhouettes in the sky,
Look down to the sea feel the breeze passing by,
The castle stands proud high above Culzean Bay,
Arran Isle in full view, what a glorious day,

Goat Fell capped with snow what a wonderful sight,
Ailsa Craig to the left, where I once touched the light,
All around is the sea, the tides ebb and flow,
As dusk settles in, I'm reluctant to go,

But I always come back; I am drawn to this shore,
Due to recent events I am drawn even more,
My heart and my soul seeking sweet sanctuary,
On the long winding road leading down to the sea.

Linda Stuart Harnett, ©2008

 music ~ Glen Sannox from The Arran Suite, by Ed Walker.

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