Magnolia Memories



My eyes oft turn southward
Memories stir of other days
To a love forgotten not by time.
I recall gentle southern ways.

How my heart longs for home
Where the stately live oaks loom.
And the moss sways in the breeze
Where the sweet magnolias bloom!

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MAGNOLIA

A name of beauty
tenderly in bloom
A Southern Flower so
rich and elegant
to enhance any room.
God's Creation and one
of a kind
The elegance is here
'till the end of time.

~Author Unknown~




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