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Dear Tio



My Dear sweet caring Uncle
So wise in all of his ways
So there and yet so ancient
98 years has carved his maze
I wish he could stay forever
To mentor me through my days
My heart cries for him with tears
My soul aches for him as he fades
Oh Dear sweet caring Uncle
My Dear sweet caring Uncle
I love you
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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