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A Lucky Few (standard:poetry, 93 words)
Author: Reid LaurenceAdded: Dec 09 2013Views/Reads: 2562/0Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Memories of those we've known seem to linger through the years - some of which are more prominent then others...

Remember me 

When I was young 

As I remember you 

The cost of time 

Is much too dear 

And hard to know it true 

A wind of years 

Has passed us by 

A fall of age is here 

But I cannot forget you so 

And winters cold is near 

Your memory of stolid time 

It does proceed you so 

I've but to take one 

From the mind 

And spring begins to grow 

I can't begin to say again 

How I remember you 

But seasons pass 

And we at last 

Among a lucky few 


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