Michael McParland (7-19-1983 / Dayton, Ohio)
Being forgotten is my deepest fear.
I hope my memory doesn't fade inside you dear.
To be forgotten by you would be a dagger,
straight to my heart a killing blow of great disaster.
Please hold on tight and make it so.
That our memories never part and friendly grow.
You are my truth my strength and pride.
Every day away a piece of me has died.
I'll never forget those loving eyes,
a smile that brightened through the darkest skies.
I hope that I have done some good for you.
To remember how I always tried my best for you.
I'll never forget your loving soul,
It wrapped me up and felt so warm.
You always had the gentle touch,
that made my soul flush in deepest content.
Please forget me not I hope you'll see.
My love for you is true indeed.
I won't forget the sweetest girl.
You touched my life and made things whole.
I hold on now forever more.
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