Reunion Committee Poem
We had our class reunion at Thieman's lake.
It was fun, such fun for goodness sake.
Ate pork, ate chicken, and even chocolate cake.
Hancock brothers used a cooker that was round.
Brian Tornatta hooked us up with great sound.
Barbecue smells and good music was all around.
Rendezvous garb was designed by our own Ryan Hayes.
View the front or the back, it's awesome both ways.
No matter where it is worn, a conversation will raise.
Ron Begle had the shiniest dome and won a large purple comb.
Bob Thomas took first prize, for having hair color of a garden gnome.
The Friedman's received a road atlas, so one day, hopefully, they may roam.
Also, the Friedman's have the most grandkids, yes they do.
Their jackpot was aspirin, for the headaches that ensue.
Eight rugrats, some dressed in pink, and others in blue.
Some of our old teachers came as well.
It was great to see them, sure was swell.
Hope to meet them again, time will tell.
Michelle, Lisa, Ron, Chris, Chuck, and Chad
Were told by many this was the best we ever had.
Now we go back to our everyday lives, tired but glad.
Heritage Hills class of '81, you're the best.
The reunion committee feels that way, no jest.
Thank you all for coming and God bless.
Charles Hancock's Other Poems
- A Boy Named Samuel
- A Few of the Finer Things
- A First Date
- A Southern Indiana Christmas
- A Thousand
- A Wonderful Shame
- Aspire to Acquire
- Backstairs and Love Affairs
- Bandage the Damage
- Beautiful Women and Dog Days
- Blink of an Eye
- Blue-Collar Man
- Body and Soul
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