james d nall,jr

Rookie (05/19/59 / blackshear, georgia)

Favorite Memory - Poem by james d nall,jr

Playing as a child, underneath the summer sun
Each minute of the days, filled with fun
Flying our kites, in the warm breeze
Crashing our bikes, skinning our knees
Building Forts, in our neighborhood
Eating ice cream, that tasted so good
Spinning the merry-go-round, oh so, fast
Playing Hide-an-seek, being found at last
Running fast as we can, diving in the pool
Dancing to imaginary music, acting the fool
The smell of fresh cut grass, in our noses
Playing football, running through someones roses
All these memories, still make themselves known
After all we've done, since now we're grown
They'll be with me, always on my mind
Till the day comes, when I've run out of time
Wouldn't it be nice, for our Heaven to be
Our favorite memory?

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 9, 2009

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 10, 2009

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