Therese Herheim


Remember Me


Remember me,
when snow falls on your window
leaving pretty crystals behind.

When yellow sun melts your icecream,
when the wind makes you take your hat on,
when the rain makes your hair wet.

Remember me,
when the cold reminds you
that you’re still just a man.

Remember me,
when autumn fills leafs under your shoes,
leaving you content -

Remember me when you look at a beautiful picture,
and when the radio plays a funny song,
and you smile.

Then remember me.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 15, 2009
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