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AN ELEGY Chris Dedrick The Free Design - 1968 When he went away for the last time it wasn't so easy, words were hard to find and the cows in the barn knew it was milking time Must of been real hard to leave everything behind, over there a moonless night shivering a secret fright It wasn't so easy. And how many missions more, where to and what for' Ask the government, tell it to the cows in the barn Then there was the moon, what did the moon see' Saw the blade of grass in one boy's eye and pain that'll make you glad you're dying Hands that dribbled the basketball Voice that sang out of tune Love that ended too soon A nose that bled for better reasons. When he went away for the last time it wasn't so easy, words were hard to find and the cows in the barn knew it was milking time It was milking time but he was so far away, so far away that even prayers could not reach So he died there. When he came back for the last time it wasn't so easy, words were hard to find and we buried him before it was milking time The preacher said it was all right, the Lord is my Shepherd but I shall want to know why. (Contributed by David Roberson - March 2011)

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