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The Future

I'm Watchin' You!

Forties and Fifties

Atumn, God's Colorful Palette

The Life and Death of a Scarecrow



Without a Single Ray of Sun

A Moment In Time

Forties and Fifties

Those were the days my friend!
We thought they were never end. But end they did.
Now they are only ghostly refection of our youthful
past, but pleasant memories that forever will last.

Like rushing water under the bridge, time quickly
past. No more ball games, swimming holes, fishing
poles, hide and seek, late night walks in the park
are stolen kisses in the dark.

Those were the days my friend!
We thought they would never end.
But end they have.
Gone, but not forgotten.


Jackie R. kays
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