Nicole GravellPellerino

Rookie - 82 Points (04/09/1986 / Buffalo, Ny)

Memories Are....

are old photographs
faded and torn
burned into
the deep spaces of or minds

They are repressed occurances
stored deep in our souls
ocassionaly they escape
from our eyes
and roll down our redened cheecks

are glimpses of day gone bye
a snap shot of yesterday
a single slice of life
all rolled into one

They are flash backs
to a cherished moment in time
a blissful dose of preoccupation
to escape from
the worries of today

are a bittersweet reflection of the past
an ancient unforgtten relic
where hours and days
seem to stand still

They are startling secrets
held close to our hearts
buried deep down inside
a vivid visual reminder
of what once was

Memories are....
Memories once were...
Memories always will be...
a looking glass into our lives

Submitted: Sunday, June 01, 2014
Edited: Sunday, June 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: Memory

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