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Poems About: MEMORY

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  • 109.
    Travelling down memory lane

    Traveling down memory lane
    is not all black 'n white.
    Traveling down memory lane
    is not all lacking light. read more »

    Ralph Acosta
  • 110.
    Sitting By The Fire

    Sitting by the fire
    Watching the flames
    Of the dying embers
    That burn so slow read more »

    Rayan Ali
  • 111.
    Memories

    Memories are like silk cushions, cuddly, warm and soft.
    But they can also be sharp edged rocks that are cold, ugly and rough.
    Memories are like spring blossoms, fragranant and beautiful.
    But like pointed thorns they can be pricky and hurtful. read more »

    Runita R Menezes
  • 112.
    Trvelling down the memory lane

    Travelling down the memory lane
    is not all black 'n white.
    Travelling down the memory lane
    is not all lacking light. read more »

    Spandan Bhattacharyya
  • 113.
    Taking a Walk on Memory Lane

    Taking a walk on memory lane
    isn’t all that gray.
    Taking a walk on memory lane
    I see the sunrays. read more »

    Lost Sierra
  • 114.
    Ode to The Scent Of Cinnamon

    The heady scent of cinnamon
    Upon the opening of the door
    The tugging out of memories
    From the mind’s musty store read more »

    David Whalen
  • 115.
    Memories

    Memories mostly make for
    The strangest of dreams-
    Those that more often than not tend to go awry,
    Making the silly mind wonder read more »

    satbir bakshi
  • 116.
    Emanation

    I am that visitor in your faded memory;
    We’re threaded as ancient friends in braided memory.

    Once, we strolled in talk on emerald hills; read more »

    Erin Thomas
  • 117.
    Memories

    The past if glad gives you encouragement;
    The past if sad makes joy felt better now;
    The past if bad is better buried best;
    The past if unforgettable is good. read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 118.
    Remembering

    In my own remembering,
    I can see so many things.
    Days of bliss were much too brief.
    Longer nights of pain and grief. read more »

    David SmithWhite
  • 119.
    Haiku 13.9

    read more »

    Leonardo Diaz
  • 120.
    My Terminal Call

    Memories o memories
    They are so adored
    Memories o memories
    I wish I had made more read more »

    Daniel Kyle
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