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Yesterday A pennies' drop, to yesterday, With visions from another age and Clouds that dawdle and memories play, A hazy distance beyond today. Seedlings from another time Carving emotions, threading in rhyme, My dreams so nearly tucked away, A pennies' drop from yesterday.

Residents of time return To haunt the pathways through the mind, With filtered moments sweeter yet, Minster of daylight never forget.

Ambassadors from wind-walk youth Pause on tiptoe with legacy's truth, Still rain that falls a dream away, A pennies' drop to yesterday.

Love Poem The intervals of sunlight are the mirror Of your eyes, no Winter in your Smile, no Autumn in your sights, The blossoms of your love Are dreams a world apart, Your words, your breath, your tranquil song, Your ever loving heart.

Both by Peter Hughes, Benllech
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jan 4, 2005
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