Daryl Hennix

Save Room - Poem by Daryl Hennix

Save some room for me
When you jot down in your book
Reminisce lovingly
When you give your past a look
Remember anniversaries, birthdays
And in those special moments
The love we made the getaways
The good morning darling sonnets

Don’t allow your memory to exclude
The vast mountain of roses
But brush right over my attitude
And the times it got ferocious
Remember the times that we held hands
Or talked on the phone for hours
The moon lit walks we took on the sands
Or danced in the warming morning showers
So when your writing down
All your life’s forget-me-nots
I hope this reminds you of my sound
And you save for me, at least a spot

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, March 28, 2011

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