Tyreesha Smith

(6/5/96 / EAST ST LOUIS, ILLINOIS)

FORGET HIM!


forget his name

forget his face

forget his kiss
his warm embrace

forget the love that you once knew
remember he has chosen someone knew

forget him when they played your song
remember when you cried all night long

forget how close you once were
remember he has chosen her

forget how you memorized his walk
forget the way he used to talk

forget the things he used to say
remember he has gone away

forget his laugh forget his grin
forget the dimples on his chin

forget the way he held you tight
remember he's with her tonight

forget the time that went so fast
forget the love that moved, its past

forget he said he'd leave you never
remember he's gone forever

Submitted: Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, February 26, 2013

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