Memories Of Home - Poem by Blanche Dean
Today I passed our old home place
Of so many years ago
It looked so sad and lovely now
Just drove by so very slow.
The old clothes line hanging still
Maple trees upon the hill
Where my children used to play
Now, only memories of yesterday.
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