Clarence Thomas


Remember Me


Remember me when I’m no longer with you
When regretfully, I can no longer stay
Remember the great times we’ve had
When I’m no longer a part of your day

Remember me with a smile
And reminisce all your memories
Let them carry you somewhere far away
And soothe your soul like a cool Autumn breeze

But should you forget me for some reason
If remembering later on,
Cause sorrow to clutch your heart
I would rather you never remember me gone

Place me somewhere close to your heart and forget me there
If sadness is brought on by my memory
I'd rather you never realize my absence
Because I'd rather you smile, than Remember me.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Edited: Thursday, August 14, 2008

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