Sean Norris

(February 9,1987 / El Paso, TX)

Memories


Memories is the
image of your life
Memories can be
good or bad
The light you
had saw for the first time
The speed of the time
moved on fast
Too many images
All in one head
You smile
You frown
You got angry

Memories is the
images of your life
Memories can be
good or bad
The first word were
mama or papa
You smile
You frown
You got angry

Memories is the
images of your life
Memories can be
good or bad
one plus one equal two
You gained your intelligent
You still do
All of those life
you have live on to the
fullest is now memories
Cherish it all you can

Memories is the
images of your life
Memories can be
good or bad

Submitted: Friday, June 09, 2006
Edited: Friday, June 09, 2006

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