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Time Flies
IOI (7/4/1934 / Hebburn.Co Durham U.K)

Time Flies

Poem By ivor or ivor.e hogg

As yet untouched by passing years.
Her lustrous hair as black as night
the maiden’s smile is a delight.
As yet untouched by passing years.

Without a doubt she soon will wed.
Such beauty must attract a mate
A good excuse to celebrate.
Without a doubt she soon will wed.

Take on the duties of a wife.
In time she’ll bear a child or two
make all her girlish dreams come true.
Take on the duties of a wife.

In time all fledglings leave the nest.
Then he and she are left alone
amazed how fast the years have flown.
In time all fledglings leave the nest.

Her raven locks now streaked with white.
He sees her with a lovers eyes
and pays no heed for he is wise
Her raven locks now streaked with white.

The passing years have left their mark.
The love they share still strong and true
binds them together like strong glue.
The passing years have left their mark.

They are still happy and content
as much in love as when they wed
.When first they shared their marriage bed.
They are still happy and content.

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