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  1. O Child Of Mine...(a reflection)
  2. A Journey Of Self Discovery
  3. Birthday in Heaven
  4. An Empty Chair
  5. No Half Numbers
  6. Life is But a Vapor
  7. The Dark Place
  8. Garbage Day
  9. He was but Four...
  10. Freedom's Fireworks
  11. And, I Still Remember Daddy
  12. A Tribute To My Daughter On Her 18th Birth
  13. My Heart Is Heavy
  14. Snowy Morning Walk
  15. Twenty-Six Years
  16. Acronym Of Me, Amber V
  17. A true narrative
  18. A Much BETTER Time...
  19. Too Young to Die
  20. I Was


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