Remember MAG

May 30, 2010
By LiteraryJustice PLATINUM, Alexandria, Virginia
LiteraryJustice PLATINUM, Alexandria, Virginia
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Sugar cube,
Faded ink,

We were sitting in that library,
We were sitting there together.

Glass bottle,
Pink seashell,
Burned notes,

We were parting at that train station,
We were leaving behind “forever.”

Lightning strikes,
Cat's green eyes,
Memories gone,

We were reminiscing about the past,
We had learned to say “never.”

Golden dresses,
Slow dancers,
Now, good-bye,

We had finally found each other.
We could finally remember.

The author's comments:
This poem was written for the sake of things that one can remember from their relationship.

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dinks PLATINUM said...
on Nov. 17 2013 at 9:43 pm
dinks PLATINUM, Hinsdale, Illinois
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Favorite Quote:
"and kisses are a better faith than freedom"

Great poem, very eerie, I love it!

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