Once In A Lifetime
When our chairperson of the George Family Reunion Committee called for reunion poetry for the 2009 Family Reunion Booklet, I went in search of just the right poem to describe my feelings about …
Published: Aug 2008
we watch as the business of life allows time slip away.
Before we know days turn to months and months into years,
Time is mapped with laughter and cheers,
the long road sometimes landmarked with sadness and tears.
Elders pass and children grow,
has it been that long we ask, where does the time go?
Not every chance to gather is taken.
"We'll see them next time" we say and hope we're not mistaken.
A chance like now comes once in a lifetime it seems,
when the bright light of family is nurtured and beams,
there will be laughter and time to reminisce
we will all be proud this is a chance we did not miss.