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My Soul Sings

By Bud Lemire

It was I who came to you last night
I truly didn't mean to cause a fright
I called your name, but you didn't hear
You need to open up, you have nothing to fear

I rattled your dragonfly, it went crashing to the ground
When you looked, that's where it was found
In your refrigerator, I clinked the glasses there
It was I who did it, but you seemed not to care

Raise your vibration, become aware of me
There's really nothing to fear, be all you can be
Trust your instincts, because I believe in you
I'm not a ghost, so I won;t be saying Boo!

I came to let you know, I'll be by your side
As you already know, only my body died
Don't even have to arrange a trip, I'll be there in a snap
Sure beats planning a plane or train, no more traveling crap

I am so happy now, and I am so free
The world, my life, now I understand and see
I didn't know, so many things
Now I do, and My Soul Sings

©July 19, 2018 Bud Lemire

Author Note:

This is dedicated to my dear friend and cousin Paul
Lemire of Hinton Alberta Canada, who now makes his
home in Heaven. For 18 years we corresponded by e-mail.
And now his spirit watches over me, along with so many
other family members and friends. Thank you Paul!

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