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Heading Home

The journey over, he sits down;

eats some food and yawns.

Six hours or more he travelled

to come home to Glasgow.


Ten long years away from home,

and now he’s left his son alone

to make his way through life and

find his own way down the line.

A whole new life ahead and

getting to know his new homestead

will take some time he realises;

he’s bound to have some surprises.





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