Barry Jablonski

Memories Of Youth - Poem by Barry Jablonski

Life was fun in my youth...
Pretty ladies caused a fuss
All my friends, wild and free
And no rules applied to us

We did just as we wanted
No one dared to tell us no
If you tried to limit our fun
We’d tell you where to go

The city was our kingdom
We ruled all we surveyed
Bad girls used to chase us
And sometimes we got laid

All those days are gone now
I loved my misspent youth…
Pool halls, bars, & strip joints
Some say that I’m uncouth…

But now that’s all behind me
I’ve changed my sinful ways
Satan’s no longer in control
Now Jesus guides my days…

But memories often wander
Back to those youthful years
And then I’ll get the feeling…
To chug some ice cold beers

Barry Jablonski
2015 All Rights Reserved

Topic(s) of this poem: nostalgia

Comments about Memories Of Youth by Barry Jablonski

  • Kelly Kurt (4/2/2015 12:36:00 PM)

    I'm with you, Barry. A fun poem to read. Thanks (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 2, 2015

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