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Jul 28, 2007

Grandma Mercy

We sat in comfortable silence
      you and I
I held your soft gentle hand in mine
      you saw my soul
      you saw my heart
      hidden beneath the doubts
             and fears
With little effort you opened the door
       and led me in,
to a place of love and peace.

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