Kurt Kacich


Memory Lane


Let’s take a trip down memory lane,
Take my hand, follow me down memory lane,
Let’s escape this realm of pain,
Let’s close our eyes and pretend it’s the same,
Use your imagination, use your dreams inside,
Follow me down memory lane where glee reside,
Together, paradise, hold my hand,
hold my hand where here, the promised land,
Open your eyes, what do you see?
Look around we are free!
The place you never thought we’d be,
Grip my hand tighter don’t you cry,
We’re here, memory lane, look at the sky,
Look at the beauty, glance a high,
Observe the flowers blooming so beautiful indeed,
I have the key, let’s open the gate, we are free!
At last! Together forever! Look into my eyes,
My blue eyes, the eyes that resemble the skies,
Memory lane, the place where love is true,
The place where you hear echoes saying “I love you”
Keep your eyes closed, use your mind,
Let’s keep walking down memory lane, we’ll be done in time,
I’m enjoying it here, I’m sure you are too,
Let’s create past times, let’s make them new,
Kiss my lips and close your eyes,
feel my touch and unravel the surprise,
Look at the ring, yes the ring! I found on the path,
It’s your choice, do you want to stay or turn back?
It’s your choice to exit or enter fidelity,
Now I want you to open your eyes,
Welcome to reality….

Submitted: Monday, March 29, 2010
Edited: Monday, March 29, 2010

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