"Your Return" as written by John C. Lombardo and Mary Jeanne Ramsey....
I'd wondered if you'd mind me
Sitting here along the step,
I'd wondered if you'd mind me
Looking for your silhouette.
I counted tiny lights through cracks in the wall
For a little while a solitary day passed by.

I sat on the corner
A double rainbow in the sky,
I sat on the corner
Where yesterday we said goodbye.
My drawings on the sidewalk now disappear
For a little while a solitary day passed by.

You asked me the time and I said to you:
'Look at the clock over there...'
But then you went away, I had nothing to say
But I waited for your return.

A voice whispers softly the written word
The hope you gave,
A voice whispers softly
From penny poems always saved.
Behind the church a heart of snow melts to tears
For a little while a solitary day passed by.

You asked me the day and I said to you,
'Look at the wall over there...'
But then you went away, I had nothing to say
But I waited for your return.
For your return.


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