Remember Me

April 12, 2010
By Sarah Patrick SILVER, Brunswick, Ohio
Sarah Patrick SILVER, Brunswick, Ohio
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Tie my hands behind my back
And tell me of all the things I lack
Eyes that died when you broke me down
A heart that froze underneath the ground
Buried deep with secrets to tell
From the tallest of buildings, scream and yell
The visitation tucked away
In the darkest corner, on the brightest day
The leaves fall in vibrant pairs
You took your chance; you made life's dare
With no way back, no 'turn around here'
I'm forever in your memory, dear
When everyone comes to gather 'round
The scene will stand still without a sound
They'll read the words in deepest sorrow:
'May there always be a better tomorrow'

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