Bill Cantrell


Wedding Pictures


Every memory wears a face,
And some, we cannot forget.
The past is a place I visit with smile
The tale that is told is, I have no regrets.

True love, it knows that the canvas was clean.
Each brushstroke, it came with a cost.
The colors were worth all endeavors.
Though some of the pictures were lost.

The days of our love is a picture that fades,
As time has taken its toll.
The smile on the faces have cracked over time
Yet the look in our eyes still carries a glow.

Submitted: Monday, May 05, 2014
Edited: Monday, May 05, 2014

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