Rhyme: Now And Then - Poem by Caryl Ramsdale
There's a quiet place I go,
When I'm feeling kinda low;
I think back to yesterday,
To the life I used to know.
Back there I met some nice folks,
That inspired my younger years;
Thoughts of them stir memories,
Make me cry I miss you tears.
One of them taught me to pray,
To swim slow without sinking;
Others showed me how to live,
How to mend a broken wing.
A few moved on to God's house,
Some stayed longer, stayed awhile;
I'm thankful for the moments,
We all shared that made us smile.
Those folks lightened heavy-hearts,
With reasons to try again;
Preached faith, hope and charity,
Said think of us now and then.
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