I Still Remember - Poem by Andy Procter
I still remember the day, when I first met her.
She was tiny and had a beautiful face so, I stare.
Day by day, I started to fall in love with her.
I was so happy in every moments and feel like a free bird.
I still remember every perfect day, that begins after I see her.
Every day and night became so especial to me, more than to her.
I did try to talk with her, but never had a perfect chance.
In a stage, I saw her dancing beautifully and I glance.
I still remember the day, when I was mad at her.
Also, the day when I understand her feelings and realize my error.
The only thing that I hate myself was my own anger, and my behaviours that other people hate.
Every single moment that I spend looking at her became my life's fate.
I still remember the day, when I stay up to the late night, looking at the stars.
And, imagine the things that are going to happen in a few years.
It was so, amazing to see her, whenever and wherever she goes.
My heart seems to open wider in front of her so, I never try it to close.
I still remember the day when we went to picnic together.
And every moment when I found something on her, which is precious then the treasure.
I just stayed few years with her, but I still have a bag that is full of her memories.
Even if I try to close my eyes and open, she is the only one I always see.
I still remember the last day of my school, when I miss her and other friend's.
And also the day when I did not get chance to say sorry to her and amends.
I feel so sorry for her, when I started to think about the past.
But, I do still know that it's just a beginning and not yet the last.
I still remember the last day, when I saw her beautiful face.
She is the only girl, who can beat me that's why I am a guy who failed her to chase.
I still remember the day, when you said that you love someone else but not me.
I never became sad at that time because I want you to be happy which is the only thing that I really want to see.
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