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  1.     

I Have Known A Freedom

I have known a freedom, free
From money power and greed.
It dwells in the woods, fields and the trees.
I have known a freedom free.

I have known a freedom, free
From hatred and jealousy.
It dwells in the rivers, lakes and the streams.
I have known a freedom free.

I have known a freedom, free
From lies and hypocrisy.
It dwells in the skies, canyons and the seas.
I have known a freedom free.

I have known a freedom, free
From fear and worry.
It dwells in the hills, mountains and valleys.
I have known a freedom free.
 
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  2.     

O Come Sit By Me Awhile

O take me from this busy place,
The lights are blinding me.
I long to see your fresh face
In the shade of a willow tree.

We'll need no graces there;
The breeze is light enough for all.
And what we'll come to find most fair
Will be ever at our call.

O come sit by me awhile,
And look at what we've found:
With every glimpse of your smile,
The briars bloom all around.

O change your city clothes
For a gown that's plain and white,
So the morning may come to know
A rustle for your nearing sight.

Come sit by me awhile,
And look at what we've found:
With every glimpse of your smile,
The briars bloom all around.

Trembling is the dewy mead.
It yearns, just as I do,
To see you roam, that's all I need
To know where I'll be going to.

So meet me at the grove-side brook,
Where waters trickle sweet,
And sheep look on from their nooks
Of field corners with many a bleat.

O come sit by me awhile,
And look at what we've found:
With every glimpse of your smile,
The briars bloom all around.
 
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Raining Hay

It's raining hay down the lanes of England.
It's raining hay round the bends from and to
The farms, and in the barns reapers understand
Why it's raining hay all the fields through.

It's raining hay in the place a tractor stalled
To let a weary rambler go by.
When he raised his hand to say thanks, out he called:
'It's raining hay from a hedge-high sky! '.

It's raining hay, and I pray, 'please let my thoughts
Be so light at the closing of the day.
And when I wake, please don't take the peace for which I fought
On the roadsides in the raining hay.'
 
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  4.     

River Feeling

River feeling is
As simple as
Closing your eyes
For a moment.

Everything flows like river

River feeling is
As smooth as
Everything after
The first step.

Everything flows like river

River feeling is
easy as forgetting
Walking boots.

Everything flows like river

River feeling is
nice as
iron ties
Coming off.

Everything flows like river
Everything flows like river
Everything flows like river
Everything is good and flows
like river
 
Julian Mann
   
 
 

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