Poem: Cherished Memory

Cherished Memory

 

By Barbara Brinkerhoff, Nikiski

Little boy with eyes so blue

Smiles just like his daddy, too

Impish grin, hand held behind,

He’s made his mom a Valentine.

Stiff red paper, cotton, glue

“Mom, I made this just for you.”

Kindergarten child of mine

This memory stands the test of time.

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