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Air



You are life

You are love

You are the wind

Over the grass

On the praries

You are light

You are dawn

You are the sky

In the spring

The horizon

You are kind

You are good

And I'm sorry

I never was the mother you needed me to be

I never did forget you

I won't let myself forget you

You're my reason to live

You're my reason for anything I do

I'll burn down the system

I will fight for you

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Submitted by SparksInTheNight on June 27, 2021

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