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HERITAGE, by            
First Line: I have been down the long twisting road of pain
Last Line: I know the road the wizards built for elfin lads and lasses.
Alternate Author Name(s): Lee-adams, Blanche Ruby
Subject(s): Ancestors & Ancestry; Pain; Roads; Tears; Heritage; Heredity; Suffering; Misery; Paths; Trails


I have been down the long twisting road of pain --
So I know what the apple blossoms whispered to the rain;
I know the song o' witches in the magic of the moon;
I know the tears of roses and the fire-flies' cradle tune;
I know the words the stars sing to the blowing meadow grasses;
I know the road the wizards built for elfin lads and lasses.





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