Tommy Lee Woosley

(Louisville, Kentucky, USA)

Circuses, Cotton Candy, Ice Cream And You. . . - Poem by Tommy Lee Woosley

I see in my mind the days of my youth and how
you would sorta come to fit into my
life. I remember the days of
happiness as I ran and I played, days
of circuses, cotton candy and fairs,
hot dogs and ride, days of birthday
parties, cakes and ice cream
and clowns. Yes I can see how you
fit into my life, my heart and my
dreams and I love you so forever
more.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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