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The Lady ©

William Carolan
Luton, England
2004

She walked past without a backward glance,
she passed as though she was in a trance.
I know I had seen her somewhere in the past,
but could not recall as she went by so fast.
I tried in vain to find some clue
who was this lady passing through?
I returned next day to that very same place,
maybe she would pass and I would see her face.
But my returning there was all in vain
that lady never passed that way again.


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