Poem by Randy McClave
As time does slowly unfold
Upon school memories we again try to hold,
Now we many are 60 plus years old
As we gather around once again.
We together graduated from the same high school
We were tossed together in the same learning pool,
We screamed, "Our Class" will always rule
Now we see where we have went and been.
Some of us headed east and others went west
Others went north and south to infest,
While most decided to stay home and rest
But, we all kept our grin.
Here together again we all did gather
Unto the memories of our past we now will lather,
To be together again, I'd rather
Once girls and boys, we are now women and men.
Here we all gather at our reunion to celebrate
We like to know of each other's fate,
More memories again we will mold and then create,
Then a last touchdown, and a win.
Randy L. McClave
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