By: Kristen Denise Brown
I remember laying outside the house
remembering the days when we were young
those days seem so long ago
but back then we had so much fun

I remember children laughing and playing in the field
seemed everyday our hearts would heal
just to be there to laugh and play
seemed like it'd be, forever that way

But so long ago, were those days
They dont last forever, some memories fade away
We live, we learn, we grow from young to old
then to our children and theirs our story will be told

Of how we met and were kismit
the times we shared, and showed how we cared
the warmth of your smile, the smell of your hair
and then our memories, will to, be theirs

Kristen Denise Brown

Daily Quote: The winds of grace are always blowing;
all we need to do is raise our sails.
- Anonymous

Linguist Corner-FRENCH: bûche de Noël / English translation: Yule log / noun
Example sentence:
French: Pour le dessert du repas de Noël, ma mère cuisine toujours sa fameuse bûche de Noël faite maison.
English: For Christmas dinner dessert my mother always bakes her famous homemade Yule log.

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Posted by V. Mahfood - 2011
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