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A Memory of Yesterday

I remember ever so long ago, Time can not rob my memories so, For a short time you were there, And vanished Oh! where.
You hardly gave me time, To gather memorizes that were mine, But here I am today, With my memorizes not decay.
I wonder what it would have been, If life had not changed from scene to scene, But it is not for me to know, As life is a confusing show.
You live on at vast, A sweet memory of my past, But life goes on I know, So with it I will go.
--- By Angel Eyes ---

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