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tingling feelings,
inside your toes,
trying to wake your foot up,
that feeling ever grows.

scrathing roughly,
at the miquito bites,
trying to make it stop itching,
although it doesnt help the bites.

Eating quickly,
chewing fast,
not stoping to breathe,
because you have plans.

Watching a movie,
wrapped in someones arms,
hearing their heart beat,
in harmony with yours.

Catching a ball,
riding your first bike,
rollar skating,
or going on a hike.

Picnics in the park,
finding stars in the dark.
shapes in the clouds,
and pictures with a flash light.

memories, memories,
they never go away.
Every thing that can make you smile,
occur in memories each day.

How many times do you sit to think,
about all of your memories?
Think about the good things,
and maybe it will help make the world a better place.

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~+stephie+~


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The following comments are for "memories, memories"
by grandmasgirl

I really like this one
You have an intensity in your writing that urges me to read on. Thank you for the read - very well done.

Lans

( Posted by: gibsongirl [Member] On: October 28, 2006 )

Nice one...
I liked this one.

( Posted by: G.S.VASUKUMAR [Member] On: October 28, 2006 )

Memories
I like this one. very well done. Thanks

( Posted by: wanda [Member] On: October 28, 2006 )





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