Marilyn Lott

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More Mccornack Family Memories - Poem by Marilyn Lott

Looking through old photos
Of family members from the past
Sure do bring back memories
That will forever and ever last

Grandma with her great grandkids
A sweet smile upon her face
Puts me back to yesterday
So much history I can trace

For I see the house she lived in
When different events took place
There’s Grandpa enjoying family
He too has a smiling face

Oh look at my brother Robert
So young he was back then
So handsome and charming
With his shy and happy grin

Friends and family members
Are carved in a photo album
Old folks when we visited them
Always gave us so much wisdom

We can’t turn back the clocks
But albums are like treasuries
They are passed down forever
To share the family memories!

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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