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Conway Twitty, Boyhood Memories

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Conway Twitty, Boyhood Memories

Some of those boyhood memories,
only so often come around,
so when they do, I set them free,
on paper I write them down,

When I was younger living at Blackiston Mill..
I had a rocking horse,
and I remember the day I took a spill,
as I hit the floor head first,

And I remember my pet squirrel,
and me learning how to roller skate,
the very first time I kissed a girl....
before I was old enough to date,

And I remember when mom and dad,
moved us to the city....
when I was just a lad....
listening to the songs of Conway Twitty,

Yes, he'll forever be missed by me,
and his songs still come to mind...
a great writer and singer of musical history,
One Great Legend of all times!

Copyright © Lawrence Ingle

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  1. Date: 9/7/2013 8:32:00 PM
    CONGRATULATIONS LAWRENCE, on having your poem featured on the soups Home Page. Love ~SKAT~

  1. Date: 9/7/2013 4:48:00 PM
    Lawrence,, Congratulations on your Featured Poem of the week. Nice seeing your poem on the front page... always~ Linda :-)

  1. Date: 12/25/2008 3:43:00 AM
    My favorite of his was Lonely Blue Boy. I believe it was the flip side of It's Only Make Believe, another classic. Man, you are jarring this old brain lose with those memory writes. Vince

  1. Date: 12/20/2008 4:26:00 PM
    OK I love Conway! He is awesome....and one of my faves. Love this one. Did you really have a pet squirrel? I had a pet skunk...till it learned to spray...*^-^* LOL He is indeed a ledgend. Love from Somerset, Chrsitie