Treasure Island

Aisha Alansari

(May 12th 1999 / Qatar)

Remembering you


Right now...
my life is upside down,
I wake up everyday with a frown.

My mind filled with grey,
remembering days,
My mind filled with our memories,
memories I'll make sure in my mind they stay.

That smile on your face,
The look in your eyes,
the feeling you give me that I can't describe.

I know you can't be with me anymore,
your somewhere else you need to be,
I guess.

I wish your heart still beats,
I wish wherever you are we can still meet,
Although you're not with me anymore...
everyday I'll be remembering you.

Submitted: Monday, May 06, 2013
Edited: Sunday, May 12, 2013

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It's about the feeling you have when someone u love dies.I've been writing poems about death just to change a little

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