Amandeep Singh

Rookie (12 August 1991 / Amritsar)

Memories


Time goes by,
Things change,
People change,
Nothing stays the same,
Only things that remain with us are memories.

Memories of some good times,
Memories of some bad times,
Memories of time spent with some amazing people,
And some bad also,
Only things that remain with us are memories.

We remember the time that have past,
We remember the people who have gone by in our lives,
We remember our good old days,
We pray the good times could come back,
Only things that remain with us are memories.

Memories, some sweet, some bitter, some very dumb,
Some of very special people,
Who touch our lives in special ways,
Some of people whom we hate the most,
Only things that remain with us are memories.

Some times memories hurt,
Some times they give us joy,
Some times very small things,
Make the beautiful memories,

Memories are treasure trapped,
In our hearts and minds,
Memories are sacred which belong to us.
Time passes and memories remain,
Only things that remain with us are Memories.

Submitted: Monday, May 21, 2007
Edited: Monday, February 28, 2011

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