Monique Tucker

Memories - What Have We Got - Poem by Monique Tucker

No one know what our memories hold
until something happens that touches our soul

Memories always survive no matter what
because for others thats all they've got

Memories can be of pleasure and joy that
at times makes us laugh at what we've done
But others can be of pain and sorrow which
makes us believe our lives never have a moment of fun

Memories are dreams that you cannot buy or borrow
So you will never know if you might need them tomorrow

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 2, 2004

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