Tessa Eichhorst

(December 27,1985)

How I Felt


Remarkable times together,
wonderful conversations spoken,
and your face lingering in my
mind are what make those memories devine.

Knowing that you're somewhere
near makes them come back
sweeter than before, and make
me wish to see your face once
more.

All I have to do is close my
eyes to see the precious memories
that we have. The memories
are great, the looks you gave
me divine, but no longer have
I seen you to continue this
island of happiness.

I search for your face, I
look deep down to find your heart,
but no more are you near for
our memories to continue from
where they started. The memories
of us in my heart will always
be, even if we no longer love
each other eternally.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 29, 2005
Edited: Thursday, April 28, 2005

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