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Apr 2019
I still remember that first time playing as a child In the hills and fields of
gold
above my home when this young girl came skipping by twinkle In her
eyes
Even at that age Oh so pretty so much charm
for she weaved her
magic
for I fell her there and
then
but many years would pass  by before meeting
her against but I
knew
that loved from the very first time I saw
her
When finally I met again she had grown to the woman and so
pretty
she was  with those Oh so beautiful eyes that had never lost that twinkle she had as a
child
And when I asked Helen If she would  marry
me
she spang to her feet threw her
around me and gave such a wonderful
kiss
then looked me In the eyes and said Oh yes Johnny I will, that was
the
greatest day of life as I'm writing and thinking of that day I'm am smiling to my
self
I remember so well that day playing as kid, when this young and very pretty girl came skipping by she had  
this wonderful twinkle in
her eyes I didn't know It then but girl would become my
wife
Johnny walker
Written by
Johnny walker  66/M/Grantham
(66/M/Grantham)   
70
   Ben Noah Suri
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