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Yester-year

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Yester-year

ah yes the dreams of yester-year, when life was young and sweet, the age demon shifts a gear, as homeward bound we creep, doth sneer:) bit queer, i'll belt the little creep:) re Harry Horsman "Alone" Don

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  1. Date: 10/3/2012 6:29:00 AM
    Ha, this is a fantastic write my friend! I really enjoyed the creative vibe you used for this delightful poem! You'll "bet the little creep" how funny Don, I don't think I would do that! That's a perfect line for your elaborate piece, Great Work!!