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First Line: Do you ofttimes remember those bright days
Last Line: We were to pay tomorrow!
Subject(s): Memory

Do you ofttimes remember those bright days
When first you and I met and calmly talked?
The brightness of a noonday sun cast rays
Across our path as hand in hand we walked?

A rosebud ever so cautiously
Hid its head as though sleeping;
A winged sparrow sang a song to its mate
As we paused to listen with infinite feeling.

Even the leaves wafted gently by
As we sat 'neath a towering tree.
Nature in all its understanding glory
Seemed to sense the great love that was to be.

Ah . . . the birth of our romance!
The happiness of a moment we borrowed,
Little thinking of the many debts
We were to pay tomorrow!

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