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Nostalgia Poems

Until Then
by Brandon Connor

Believe me, not far, it’s right down the road
Take back what you brought, and pick up all your litter
We unpack the car and head off


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Mothballs and Lavender
by Ivor G Davies

Mothballs and Lavender


There’s a rug on the hearth and a fire in the grate
and Grandma and Grandad sit with me to wait
while



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WENDY’S DAISIES
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

Dark haired Anne of Green Gables

Freckles and playfully naughty giggle

Hailed from Prince Edward Island

 

Easygoing bon vivant friendly nature

Everyone couldn’t help but love you

Your nonchalant laissez-faire



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HOTDOGS FOR DINNER
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

His lovely bride was no cook, tried she might

He labored on construction till the night

He worked up a heck of an appetite

Rushing on home, must



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WHAT I SEE IN THE MIRROR
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

Who is that elderly lady in the mirror

I don’t recognize her one bit

She doesn’t remotely resemble me

My mother or even some older version of me

 

She



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SOLITUDE BY THE REVERIE
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

 

the tiniest sliver of a



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Six of one and half a dozen of the other
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

Boring lackluster monologue

How my skin crawls

When I hear platitudes

And

Six of one and half a dozen of the other

Does take the prize

 For the ultimate superlative

Epitome of



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HOW COULD I NOT REMEMBER
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

 

I remember you holding me in your arms

FAMILY REUNIONS
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

Members no longer with us

But still in our hearts

Here amidst reunions

A few less place settings

And empty chairs

Ghosts quietly mingle

Stealth and incognito

Among all the hugs

Smiles chatter



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