George Jerone (Brother DeBuff) Jefferson


Remember


Remember times gone by
Look in eyes
Some how can't forget
How real words
Live deep within the soul
Remember like it today
Here with dreams
Of good old days
When held in
Arms of love
Close eyes and think
Sweet moments shared
Remember the best time
Of smile together
Joy in love
Each heart held
Careful not to hurt
One love as remembering
The first
Look of love in eyes
Heard love in heart beats
Close eyes to dance
With first love
In dream forever
Remembering

Submitted: Monday, March 24, 2003
Edited: Friday, May 16, 2008

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