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New Year 366 Page 53b

Memories

Today I want to sit a while
I just want to rest and smile
The true things gone to soon from me 
The people I loved how can that be?
Life wants to break you but stop for a while
Remember to sit rest and smile
Think of the good times and you will see
Them smiling back in full clarity
In your memories seek and find
All those loved ones who were so kind

Soul Mates

Soul Mates are to get Engaged
Loving Hearts are rearranged
To find Loves Residence they must try
To show love both know why
For In The Light of god they'll be
Through him all their love will see

Overley Garage

I remember Overley near the hall was a garage
As kids down there we would charge before marriage
Playing the pinball machine and drinking coffee
 Wow it was good white and frothy
Then they built a new by pass
And it had to close alas
But remember it I recall
The garage near Overley hall

Walk With My Dad

When I was a boy 
It gave me such joy
All the good times I had
To walk with my dad
He would takes us for a little walk
Over hill and field we would talk
Till miles had past
And then at last
We'd sit at the Forest Glen for a drink
Then begin to walk homeward I think
We'd be out hours walking as a family
Happy day’s happy days for me

Over Marathon Bay

Over Marathon Bay is Rising Moon
Full Moon on the water soon
Near Athens Blessed Nature is free
As we see Friends Under Tree
Finally in Greece we see
God's bounty all round you and me

Copyright © Owen Yeates | Year Posted 2016

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