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The Ancestry Walk ©

Robbie Kennedy Bennett
Wolverhampton, England
2006

The spirit of my ancestry walks with me,
Inside is the voice that talks to me.
I live and I love for every new morn,
And the memories I have since my children were born.
But the voice inside still talks to me,
The spirit of my ancestry still walks with me.
I shall be forever eternally glad,
The simplest of man two people call dad.
I am one who receives a father's day card,
A kindly reminder is never quite hard.
They laugh at my ageing daft funny ways,
That creep in my life in daft funny days.
Scotland's not far when they think of me,
On my pint glass and photos and cup for my tea.
They also know of the ancestry walk,
In those daft funny days there are ancestry talk.
The spirit of Scotland inside them will grow,
How far and how great is too soon to know.
What happens will happen and what ever will be.
The ancestry walk, we'll just wait and see.



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