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Auld Lang Syne All Over Again
by Leslie P Garcia

Sunday, January 04, 2009
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One of a New Year's "triology" I forgot I had.

Listening
To "Auld Lang Syne,"
To resolutions replayed
From all the years before--
Smiling,
Knowing
That years,
Like hours and days
Are borrowed bits
Of someone else's time--

Of fate, of God
Of simple chance
Or just because--

But even knowing
That time is not my own
And never was--
I allow myself
One wry toast
And say,
"This year,"

Just as if the year
Were really new
or Time
Were really mine.

 

 

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Reviewed by Miller Caldwell 3/28/2012
This is a poem to enjoy. Rather melancholic but realistic too. And a particular pleasure as a relative of the Bard.
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