Ayesha Riaz

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Remember?


Remember?
We played together,
Remember the smiles we shared together,
Do you remember a crazy girl you once knew?
We had fallen in friendship,
We were companions to each other,
Remember you made some promises,
Remember we promised to keep them,
Remember those times,
We laughed,
We cried,
We were in the same boat,
Paddling together to the same way,
And then a sudden day changed it all,
A storm came in our way,
the dark cloud were spreading their wings, howling and roaring,
You paddled to the other way,
And there I was drowning,
Trying to know where you were,
Remember we promised to be together,
Remember we told stories to each other,
Remember we consoled each other,
Remember there was no grudge between us,
Remember the time,
You were you,
And I was me,
Remember? We promised,
To remember.

Submitted: Monday, January 16, 2012
Edited: Monday, January 16, 2012

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