THE FOREST GREEN: Until That Day    
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picture Tuesday, March 30th 2004, by Marissa A Spencer

Until that Day

Memories of spring’s sweet scents
Mature into summer’s heady heat
In autumn’s rest of turning leaves
Too soon arrives the lonely frost of winter.

I remember those eyes of yours
Did you know I’d remember that?
I miss you more each season’s passing.
Your whisperings follow my steps

Some day perchance, in future memory
There shall be a reunion of friends
Where all will be warm soft winds
That touches the soft green hills

Until that day there is the promise
When faith is the strength that binds
And hope is the singing in the distance
Where the Bluebirds fly free

© September 30, 2003 Marissa A Spencer




31 Mar 2004 @ 03:11 by jazzolog : On The Breeze
I am touched by this kind of poem Marissa...I mean the content rather than the form. And here I love the form too. My reminiscences tend to be more jagged and scrambled. I like the quiet feeling of this.  

31 Mar 2004 @ 05:51 by vaxen : yes...
very nice Marissa. Thankyou. Future memories are sweet...  

31 Mar 2004 @ 16:52 by skookum : you can tell
I am a sentimental sod. Thank you both.  

17 Oct 2016 @ 21:09 by trio4d @ : agen togel
was very helpful and very useful
articles that you provide very helpful and nice to everyone thanks
Buku mimpi  

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