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Happy Birthday To Me

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME
              Jeannie Flinn Furlong
Hello friends! You’re invited! Please come to celebrate my day!
Allow me to share party time with all  those who like to play.
Pretty party decorations here across my summer lawn,
Packed for fun!  Soon this celebration will be forever gone.
Ya’ll have been fine friends, do come celebrate me. It’s my pleasure!

Bring no gifts. Just have fun! Your friendship is my one true treasure.
I’m rejoicing this passing year!  What is  your how, when or where?
Remember me  a heartfelt soul!  Please make it fun as we share.
This is my day, I do not fret! There’s more! to life straight ahead!
Happily I quote, “This day’s a day to cherish! Not to dread!”
Disappearing days in time, let’s  remember us as we speak.
Another year passing!  How can we find several more weeks?
Year in and year out, it’s never, yet never’s the same, we think.

To really best me in this aging game , how fast is your blink?
Once a day to Him pray, “Thanks for love, life and things we care for.”

Make room in my heart to bless my days for it’s time I adore!
Every day is beautiful when counting plus one hundred years!



Copyright © Jeannie Flinn Furlong | Year Posted 2021

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Date: 9/25/2021 4:03:00 PM

I am ready to come to your celebration! Your poem is so full of joy and love. Happy birthday to you! It is an acrostic poem well executed. Best regards, Thomas

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