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Yearbook
by Kathy Armijo

Tuesday, June 03, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Yearbook

© By Kathy Armijo

 

Found my old high school yearbook

Thought I’d take a trip

Down memory lane

 

Haunted by what you [all] wrote

On the pages of the book

Clever, youthful and inspiring

 

I can still hear the quacking sound

As I’d walk down the hall

Did I really walk like a duck?

 

I sit here chuckling about the fun we had

Car racing around the high school track, b u s t e d

What was I thinking?

 

Remembering …

     The kisses we shared

     Telling each other our secrets

 

     Science experiments gone amuck

     Parking in your old pickup truck

     Plotting life’s course

 

     Our senior picnic

     I drank my first beer – Schlitz

     What a waste, didn’t like the taste

 

I wonder where you are

From my thoughts, you’re never far

“Did you reach your star?

 

Are you still in the vicinity?

Are your pastures greener?

Are you still beautiful/handsome?”

 

Wherever you are

Here’s hoping that your life has been good

Just as I always knew it would

 

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Reviewed by John Domino 7/10/2008
I like your style. Very classy and colorful!

Keep up the fine work!

JMD
Reviewed by Morning Star 7/9/2008
Wooow what a fantastic walked down memory lane!!
Beautifully expressed thoughts!!
Brilliant write!!
Peace Love and Hugssss....Morning star
Reviewed by Axilea MU 6/24/2008
Enjoyable and humorous, this poem makes me think of an old friend I met recently after she left me a message. All those memories from the past mixed with the changes that we could see today. A strange feeling, hard to describe.

Axilea
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/15/2008
Ah yes. So many memories are awakened by your verses here. Thank you for sharing, Kathy. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Cryssa C 6/11/2008
It is like stepping into a different world to reread the words penned so many years ago... And I wonder... where they are and how life has treated them...

Cryssa
Reviewed by Art Sun 6/8/2008
Memory lane can find one reflecting and smiling upon those fun times and friends we spent time with...

nice work Kathy...


Art Sun...
Reviewed by Michelle Mead 6/8/2008
A happy trip down memory lane, I liked this.
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 6/6/2008
I am going to a picnic Alumni reunion June 21, looking forward to seeing people I have not seen since 5th reunion. Did not even bother to go to other reunions. Was worried about my weight but was told men will mostly be bald and we have all aged. Put my mind to rest. Anyway am going to be brave and go.
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 6/5/2008
Kathy this was a beautiful stroll down memory lane. Thank you for sharing.

Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 6/4/2008
I get together once a month with 7 other girls, We All graduated together,, and you are so right it is a time all in its self,, 33 years ago for me,,, hard to believe. :)
Love, Christine
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 6/4/2008
Loved this trip down memory lane...makes me want to go get my yearbooks out and stroll down those old worn paths that we all strolled so long ago, revisit the people that time has a way of dimming from our memories...yeap, think I'm heading that way right now! Loved this my friend a wonderful written poem with great imagery written with hear and soul....
Blessings,
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Barbara Smith 6/4/2008
Kathy, I soooooo loved this trip down memories lane today...I need this because I also took me back in time. An excellent write with wonderful descriptive images.
Reviewed by Selene Skye 6/4/2008
What a lovely write about those tremulous years where everything was thrilling in the uncertainty and expectations for tomorrows.
Hugs
Selene
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 6/4/2008
This had me tearing up. I love those memories of when we were younger...high school was so much fun!
Reviewed by Jon Willey 6/4/2008
"Memories, pressed between the pages of my mind". The tendernesss, sweetness, love and kindness, excitement of what youth was. Where did it go? May peace be always with you. JMW
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 6/4/2008
such a fun little trip-sometimes so enjable
Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/4/2008
I envy you your High School yearbook, I left school in great ten and became a man when I wasn't finish being a boy. It left a gap in my life that was never able to be recovered. I had a different set of experiences and they too created a lot of memories but still...I always wished I could have a do-over when it came to staying in school.
hugs
fee
Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 6/4/2008
A cute stroll back down memory lane. I, too, pull out my old year books occasionally, and even talk on the phone to some of the people I attended school with many years ago. It's interesting to find out what some have done, who they married, etc.
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 6/4/2008
This is a cute poem about the good old days in high school.It makes me take a trip down memory lane.It puts a smile on my face :-)

Edwin
Reviewed by Paul Berube 6/4/2008
Kathy,

Great Idea, think I'll take a ride down memory lane. Well spoken. Peace, Love and Blessings Always, Paul.
PS. How's Steve coming along?
Reviewed by larry linville 6/4/2008
so well expressed. I've taken those trips from time to time. One of the best and most affordable trips we can take this summer.

Larry
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 6/4/2008
Awesome, I love looking at my yearbook, only one of the friends that I graduated remain really close, but the others all have a close place in my heart
God Bless
Michelle~
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 6/4/2008
Year book, pictures, love crushes and bullies smirks, prom queen, and all those forgotten moments that come back once one open that darn book, showing your "best" picture that is of the same quality, for oneself, of those in the Postoffice FBI most wanted.
Yearbook? left it alone, some of those faces are no more here, and that...hurts.

Georg
Reviewed by John Leko 6/3/2008
...great write...memories pressed within pages...turned and revisited.
nice write Kathy...
John
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 6/3/2008
Excellent ponderings; I too have often wondered where all those people went
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 6/3/2008
Kathy,

Precious memories, recalled with clarity - well done!

(((HUGS))) and love, karla.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 6/3/2008
Interesting perspective reflecting back to a time when life was still a bit freer, slower and easier.....

Be always safe,
Karen



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