Daniel Bernard Kelleher

Gold Star - 7,606 Points (11/2/1946 / Cork, Ireland)

Memory Lane - Poem by Daniel Bernard Kelleher

Memories bring back many a smile
As you walk down memory lane
Things we did may look stupid now
You'ed have to laugh all the same

Memories of school going years
The pals you made back then
Playing cowboys and Indians
Cowboys would always win

Memories of your teenage years
Going to the hop try get a walk
Girls on one side boys the other
Eyeing up each other across the floor

Then you were old enough
To go and see the show bands
The Dixies, The Eagles to name but two
Brendan Boyer with the Huckle Buck

It's great to have memories
To share and pass them on
And let your children know
Memories are a treasure

Topic(s) of this poem: memories

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 8, 2016

Poem Edited: Friday, January 8, 2016

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