64 and by the door

That hasn’t been painted in so long

Each spring a fresh coat of white as she sang her song

Spring with her hair so long from the cold wintertime

That he would ask her not to cut as it shined

That hung around her face

Molding her in grace

Still breathless she had been mine…


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