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The first Winter’s snow fell in the night Bringing with it a freeze over the city Covering it in a blanket of white Creating a scene oh so pretty Jack Frost left when the morning’s sun Came brightly shining through … Continue reading
She is so much more Than a thrift store find She takes me back to years before And fills me with memories of the sweetest kind Memories of when I was young And oh so small The house where my … Continue reading
Looking back to when the cherries were in bloom And how they seemed to fade away too soon Of the beautiful songs I heard From the choirs of mockingbirds It seems like just yesterday I was strolling on a perfect … Continue reading
I saw her again today On a hot,summer day here in the park I watched her at play Until well after dark She climbed green hills As though they were mountains On the green grass she laid still Then cooled … Continue reading
I see this stain On an old building’s wall It reminds me of When I was small The clown pictures That filled me with fear The big smiling face That gave me nightmares And little did My parents know As … Continue reading
I find myself at the old pier On a lovely Spring day Thinking of my father,so dear Who has long passed away Of all the days we spent Laughing and gabbing All those nights we spent Enjoying our love of … Continue reading
I know it’s New Years Eve and Christmas has passed,but every time I pass the tree I think about him. My dad,my hero. He owned the mom and pop store on Van Brunt Street in Red Hook back in the … Continue reading
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