Patricia Stone Guynn

(Mohnton, Pennsylvania)

Memory Bouquet - Poem by Patricia Stone Guynn

Memories created from two united,
loving hearts, is a gift to truly treasure.
From each shared moment, precious memories
blossom, bestowing perfect pleasure.
Each cherished memory is like a flower
blooming, among the thorns and thistles of life.
The flowers must be cultivated by communion of
body and soul, watered by tears of joy and strife.
The blooms must be daily nurtured, with
warmth of love, laughter and compassion.
And daily maintained, with distant
dreams and pleasant, passing passions.
So collect every unique, beautiful, fantastic,
flower through all the happy years.
Create a memory bouquet that will comfort,
when sorrow gives birth to tears.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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