Jo Marie Takes the Knife

(June 19 1991)

Beautful Things Come And Go


People come and go
but the memories stay
Whats the point of saying hello
knowing that one day
your going to be gone
Why struggle to hold on
when all your going to leave
are bittersweet memories
Faces I can forget
but memories are a part of me
Remembering the way it felt
To be a part of your world
leaves knowing but longing
For the past that can never be
It's old and forgotten
Something I can never get back.

Submitted: Friday, December 07, 2012
Edited: Monday, April 01, 2013

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