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The regrets or yesterday
They are the “pop-ups” of my past
They are litany of sin

Where are they today? Blowin’ in the wind

The loves I once adored
They were sirens of deceit
They remain a history of chagrin

Where are they today? Blowin’ in the wind

The needs of a youthful heart
They overtook my brain
They created quite a strain

Where are they today? Blowin’ in the wind

The ambitions I once held
They became a power supreme
They got me off the beam

Where are they today? Blowin’ in the wind

The hopes I cherished much
They were an overriding passion
They sent my dreams a crashin’

Where are they today? Blowin in the wind

------
Stephanie Millican


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The following comments are for "In the Wind 12June songchallenge"
by EchoMarm

Yeah Steph/song challenge
Steph....very cool! I like that you bravely took on Blowin in the wind! I like the content... the idea of the impermanence of things we think so important. I know you know that first hand... as do I! I am absolutely and delightfully being shamed here! I haven't sat down and come up with anything yet. Slow brain! But I will!
Thanks for this!
Ken

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: June 14, 2010 )

Hi
Hey Steph...welcome to the challenges...looks like most of our hope and dreams are "blowin' in the wind!

Bea

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: June 14, 2010 )





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