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This poem speaks of life and death and how we must continue our lives after the death of a loved one .
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|by Yoda's Ghost
For years to come the stars will run
from blazing sun each day.
A Fable told, a Life grows cold,
and dreams are swept away.
Though we may fight throughout the night,
a distant Light may call,
like wooden mast and walls held fast,
one day at last we fall.
But fear not Sleep nor thoughts help deep,
a Pain we keep inside -
For dawn will wake and Day may break,
as life we take in stride.
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