A Pleasant Memory - Poem by Melvina Germain
Opening my eyes at the break of day.
Looking beyond our window, far away.
Water draping the frosted glass,
brought back memories of our past.
Each morning's light was graced with your smile,
especially that morning, we walked down the aisle.
Renewing our vows just one more time,
hearing our church bells beautiful chime.
Pleasant memories survive life's grief,
for you were taken by a drunken thief.
I lay thinking of you but cry no more.
We'll meet again on God's heavenly shore.
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