Memories - Poem by Rosemary Monahan
Memories are a special part of your life
They should always be there for times
when you feel like looking back
They should never be forgotten
but instead remembered.
No one can take your memories from you
Except only you, for some may be bad
There are good ones, ones to smile at
when you look back at all your memories
For what is life without memories?
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