Memories

Rating: 5.0
The shouts of children playing,
Bring back my happy youth.
To recall the time I was ten,
And lost a good front tooth.

Piled three kids on a sled,
Just room enough for me.
Glided smoothly down the hill,
Until we hit that tree.

Pulled myself together,
Surveyed my only sled.
Thought sadly how it looked,
When it was shiny new and red.

Suddenly I stopped,
Put my hand up to my face.
Found that where a tooth should be,
I had an empty space.

Went yelling home to mother,
Quite sure I'd soon be dead.
But next day I was out again,
With a battered paintless sled.

Copyright Shaun Cronick 2019. All Rights Reserved.
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: fun,kid,memories,snow,youth
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COMMENTS
LeeAnn Azzopardi 21 January 2021
a beautiful memory to behold in a poem Bravo!
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Aarzoo Mehek 21 January 2021
Childhood memories are treasure to cherish. Beautiful poem.
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Unnikrishnan E S 21 January 2021
Memories of childhood events are so sweet and unforgettable.Your poem is mostlovely and sweet. Enjoyed reading. Five stars is too little for this beauty.
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Dr Dillip K Swain 21 January 2021
A wonderful reminiscence of childhood memories! Beautifully composed.. appreciated!
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duke perry abrokwa 30 December 2020
Memories are gold
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Rose Marie Juan-austin 30 December 2020
Wonderful poem and still is despite repeated visits. So beautifully versified. Very entertaining. Have a wonderful New Year Shaun and your loved ones as well
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Shaun Cronick 14 December 2020
Tony, good Tony. I'm glad an esteemed and much loved poet as yourself did enjoy reading it. Thank you for your more than kind words and generous, gracious comments you have bestowed on my poems. I wish you well good sir and may God Bless and Keep you and the loved ones around you. Take care and enjoy life.
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Dr Antony Theodore 08 December 2020
Suddenly I stopped, Put my hand up to my face. Found that where a tooth should be, I had an empty space. next day i was out with a battered.. such a fine thinking dear Shaun. tony
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Shaun Cronick 06 November 2020
Thank you Lodigiana for your more than superb and so uplifting comment. And glad to be of help and more than glad you enjoyed it. Memories are golden. And great, good memories are truly priceless. And thank for sharing your splendid ones and I hope your knees are now recovered! Lodigiana you too stay fit, take care and simply enjoy life. Shaun. x.
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Lodigiana Poetess 01 November 2020
Oh Shaun I have just found this fantastic poem! Such wonderfully evocative memories stirred up by your words...such a well deserved full mark! ! ! I could read this time and time again and be transported back to when I was 8 years old and on roller skates for the first time and came home with grazed bloodies knees but thrilled that i could skate- well kind of! Thank you so much for sharing this with us..It made my day. Stay fit, well and happy my friend xx Lodigiana
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