NEW MEMORIES

Poem by: mum55

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THINKING BACK TO WHEN I MOVED IN TO MY NEW HOUSE AND ALL I HAVE GAINED....

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Submitted: January 07, 2008

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Submitted: January 07, 2008

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New Memories
 
I stepped into the hall,
A brand new house,
A brand new life,
All my sorrows gone,
Now the Sun Shone
 
Empty rooms for me to fill
With love and future memories,
New furniture for every room,
Pastel shades in view of happy day’s,
Pictures in pride of place,
Memories full of grace
 
Shopping for furniture, oh! what fun,
New beds and units
Our new life has now begun
All was new except a few
Memories I brought of you
For Samantha when moving you came too,
 
Past life of tears and pain,
Left behind with the rain,
New house new dreams,
I looked towards,
Now years later, I sit and look,
Around my house, with happy thoughts,
 
Gods been good to me,
I am thankful for all I see,
But most of all I am thankful for
The love of my family that I adore.


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NEW MEMORIES

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Genre: Memoir

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THINKING BACK TO WHEN I MOVED IN TO MY NEW HOUSE AND ALL I HAVE GAINED....
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