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(Espanol ADIOS by Maria Elena Orellana Que me has dado otra decepcion? no importa amor, estoy acostumbrada, que rechazas mi triste corazon? Que importa si nunca lo has aceptado. Sabes siempre existe otra promesa, y mi ilusion no morira del todo. Hoy? dejame fallecer ya quiza manana Ame otra vez . . . GOOD-BYE (translation) That you gave me another deception doesn ' t matter. I am accustomed, to your repulsing my sad heart? It doesn ' t matter since you have never accepted it before. You know, there always exists another promise, and my illusion won ' t die at all. Today? let me live like that Perhaps tomorrow I will love again. PARTING by Jan Sinclair I turn my back to walk away. My love stands mute and still behind; Alone I ' ll tread, yet I don ' t mind. He ' ll taste his tears - I ' ll just see mine. 43
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THE LAST DAY by Martha Gladman The bell has rung for the last time. My room Is my own for the last time. My friends are together for the last time. It ' s time for us to go. We ' ve been through a lot at this place, Spent years together at this place, Loved, laughed and lost at this place; But it ' s time for us to go. On this sad June day now. We ' re thankful that we stayed now. We ' ll remember this place always, now That it ' s time to go. But at last We ' re on our own now. Good-bye - - We ' re on our own now. Thanks - - We ' re on our own now. But we ' ll return some day. DEDICATION by Jan Sinclair As you walk away. All that I possess is in your keeping. The hours of joy and laughter spent together Swept away by time ' s revolving arms; These things I wish would stay. But now are gone. Still my heart in fondness Alights upon visions of your tender warmth and grace; Whispers from my heart restore all losses Pouring sweet fragrance upon my thoughts — And these will stay. 42
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IF by Susan Gardiner If you thought that I could not see the sadness in you you thought me blind. If you felt that I could not perceive the traces of loneliness in your voice you thought me deaf. Were I unaware of the depression wrought in you, I would ask to see. Were I unable to sense the presence of anxiety I should beg you for the sense of touch. If I were too blind — too deaf too unfeeling — I would not call myself " your understanding friend. " CONSCRIPTION by Margot Tushingham The young boy came rushing down the hill, run- ning as fast as he could without tripping. Bounding and leaping over the short gorse bushes and low areas of heather, that are found all over the Highlands, he scrambled down the crags to the croft below. His mother, looking out a window, saw him coming and realized his urgency. It could mean only one thing. The year was 1917 and the British were fighting in the First World War. Conscription! — of every able- bodied man, be he Irish, Welsh, Scottish or English, And now they had come to Nethy Bridge, a little town nestled at the foot of the Cairngorms. Al- ready the woman had heard of the conscription 44
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