Frank Pulver (10/28/1971 / born-(Hudson, New York) - raised-(Tampa, Florida))
Memories Never Fade Away
It is finally time to see,
What my life means to me,
Well let’s start with living a life under the light of the sun
This the reason that makes my life fun,
Even when it will rains,
It never stops me from playing; even though many people might think that I am insane.
Even when I hear the lighting pop,
I am surely quick find a spot to drop.
I can also remember how w my friends and I would play hiding go seek in the grass,
And how we would pray to ourselves that person that was it would just walk past.
This is just some of the happy and funny days of my past
I am sure that they will never fade away, even thought my memory of things might not last.
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