Yesterday

You step outside every once in a while,just because……drifting back into a time of innocence……life was a full spectrum of color…..there weren’t strings attached….buttons were for shirts,not for pushing….summer breezes…I can still feel its freedom…..playin from sun to sun….. choosing sides…not for the win or braggin rites….it was for the fun not necessarily the sport …….steppin outside…..blue jeans were dungarees…….sweat was the bell of the ice cream truck….times of innocence….when life was simple & the game was 3 feet off the ice

5/24/2016 all rights reserved

© Sheldon Kleeman

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8 thoughts on “Yesterday

  1. I love this “Yesterday” verse, and especially the last piece, “outside…..blue jeans were dungarees…….sweat was the bell of the ice cream truck….times of innocence….when life was simple & the game was 3 feet off the ice”

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      1. Dear Sheldon love you asking, I am learing to letting go all my baggage, I smile, I dream, I chew on grass between my teeth and walk on it barefoot, I going to be ok, thank you my darling xoxo Solitaire 💕

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      2. If you lost them they were not your friends, a little over a month ago, a long time friend sent me a letter saying that he doesn’t sleep at night worring about me, so he said that if and when my life or my problems change maybe we can resume our friendship … well that was a cold glass of water in my face!

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  2. That was a cold glass of water
    And that’s how I’ve been feeling
    Life is too much cold water feelings
    Not warm and soft as it could be
    At least at times,you hang in there
    My door is always open
    As Sheldon Yoursly

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