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Footprints Those Were the Times I Carried You Art Poster Print - 36x24
Footprints Those Were the Times I Carried You Art Poster
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Title: Footprints Those Were the Times I Carried You Art Poster Print
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Size: 36 x 24 inches (61 x 91 cms)
SKU: 640547
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Details: This poster shows a line of footprints and on the right it has the last line of the Footprints poem: Because those were the times when I carried you.

Footprints, sometimes called Footprints in the Sand, is a popular allegorical text written in prose. Although anonymous, it is often attributed to Mary Stevenson or Margaret Fishback Powers. The text describes a dream, in which a man finds himself walking on a beach with the Lord.



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