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I was standing, taking time,
Recollecting what was mine.
You came in and slapped my face
Then disappeared without a trace.
I went looking, but you had gone;
Left me and my soul to mourn.
Still have your picture in my drawer,
'Cause you'll be back. It's Written Law.


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The following comments are for "Written Law"
by Colwyn

To Colwyn
I was ready for the poem to go on somewhat longer...I am interested in learning who wrote the law...thank you for a nice bit of writing.

( Posted by: Feistyfemale [Member] On: January 6, 2003 )

Short sweet .....
Short and sweet and to the point. then drifting off to let us think and ponder. nice poem

( Posted by: Anowara [Member] On: September 21, 2005 )





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