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The Silver Anniversary

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The Silver Anniversary

All silver anniversaries only happen once in a life time, so everyone will have to make them count. And when a person (he or she), various companies, TV shows, and the newlyweds celebrate their 25th anniversaries, it's a real celebration. Everybody knows that the last 25 years of living and/or being in business were well worth it, even in life. If there was a 25th wedding anniversary coming up in the future and I get invited, I'd go, and if one of the companies (restaurants, stores, or malls, e.g.) were to have a 25th anniversary special, I'd also go. Some silver anniversaries don't go as planned, but some of them do; a real half a century, if anyone will. Everybody also knows that they only get only one silver anniversary; so they're gonna have to make it count. I know that when I turn 25, things will be different from here on, and I'll still be in my twenties (20s). If only everybody were to stay twenty-five forever. But there's only one thing for sure: we'll all be 25 once. And at the end of the day, all silver anniversaries will always be remembered for the rest of our lives. I wonder if there's going to be more silver anniversaries in the near future?

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  1. Date: 2/22/2012 9:35:00 AM
    What wonderful poetry you all are sharing with us today. I have enjoyed reading yours today Brashard. I hope the rest of the week finds you with much inspiration in your heart and you will continue to share your writing. Love, Carol