Those Days (A Spoken Word Poem)


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THOSE DAYS

Down memory lane I go, reliving
moments come and gone, days of innocence.
Saturday mornings watching old cartoons.
Man, could Popeye give Brutus a beating!
How my clothes would smell of my mom’s fragrance
after she hugged me, singing her sweet tunes.

Those were the days.
Those were the days.
Man, oh man, how I miss those days.

Sitting in dad’s lap pretending to drive,
steering that wheel like a bat out of hell.
Though the car was turned off, it was a thrill.
If I drove like that now, no one’d survive.
Lost in mom’s wedding dress. I – Southern Belle.
Walking in her shoes I could never fill.

Those were the days.
Those were the days.
Man, oh man, how I miss those days.

Remembering those nineties schoolyard days.
Fifty cent Snow Cone Fridays in the Spring.
Kids leaned against the walls in Jnco jeans,
wearing…

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