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“My last mistake, my great regret, my God, I turned from thee. A final prayer, a last request, your face is what I’s see. I’d taste your love again if you would take my broken heart, I’ll ask in death: “Forgive me, Lord,” and cry, “How great Thou art.” “I know your soul my wandering child, I’ve loved you all your years. Your beaten brow, your fading smile, I hold your fallen tears. Arise O’ flower, and be renewed go sing a joyful song! For you gave been and always were forgiven all along.” //My First (Not Last) Final Prayer This original graphite drawing by Canyon Greene comes in a backing board with a mat sealed in plastic.