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  325.     

Letting Go

When you think of letting go you think of loss

This is not always the case

When you let go of your childhood you
You become an adult but will always have memories of that childhood you let go

When you let go of fears, you
Gain the confidence and the strength to take on the world in front of you

When you let go of bad habits you gain the knowledge of knowing that you
Can do anything you put your mind to

There are May more things I can say about letting go

But the one thing I don’t have experience in is letting go of a love that is so deep in your heart that no matter how much confidence or how much strength or even memories you have the only thing you will have gained from that experience are scars to remind you that you once did love and you once did let go, and you may or may not be a better person for it but that only time will tell, but as I stand now my legs are weak and my heart beats very low as to not make a sound so no one know it even exists that way it
Stays safe and secure from pain and scars now I realize it is better to be safe than sorry
 
Mona Palacios

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  326.     

Little Friends

My childhood was such a magical time. My memory takes me back
so many years ago. I had a little friend, my best buddie,
we played together all the time.
We walked the dusty country roads, hand in hand.
One day my little friend showed me a gift from her sister.
She said, "this is a souvenir." She had a special place
on her dresser for this object.
At that time I did to know the word souvenir. I only know she
treated this object almost as it was sacred.
I remember thinking to myself, "I wish I had a souvenir," and
I wondered if ever I would own such a treasure.
Now, I realize the best souvenir I could ever have is those
wonderful childhood memories.
Maybe one day my friend and I will hold hands and walk another
dusty road --- and remember WHEN.
 
Bertha Gonzalez

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Childhood

When I sit and think of my childhood,
I think of my parents that I would.
Of all the both bad and good times,
And of all the nursery rhymes.
I wonder how they put up with me,
I wasn't very good yet they let me be.
I want to tell them thank you,
And I love you, it doesn't seem to do.
How do you tell them they are the greatest,
I make up by telling them the latest.
The time I spent with them isn't enough,
I try and act like I'm very tough.
The truth is I miss my mother and father,
Any my childhood is getting away farther.
 
Joan Neph

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  328.     

Childhood

Listen to their laughter
Listen to them sing
Watch them on the roundabout
Watch them on the swings
See them playing football
See them beam and glow
Innocence of childhood
Why does it not show…
Us … as we get older
How sweet life could be
If … just now and then
We could look and see …
The child … still deep within us
Gentle simplicity
That years and years obliterate
As we become less free
So caught up in the world
It’s complications too…
Wouldn’t it be nicer
If our childhood lasted through….
All our life upon this earth
It’s gentle innocence
Making mankind kinder………
And maybe have more sense…..
 
Philip Vincent Sanders

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