Maria Luisa Taylor

Rookie (Madrid, Spain)

The memory of you


You walked in to my life,
Of those great moments,
when we are together.
In my own remembering,
I can see so many things
His blue, blue eyes
Are just a memorie.

Oh sweet memorie
Its painful to let something,
go, after so long.
Your memorie,
Tearing us apart,
Fear of moving on.
How we used to love each,
Other.

No more lies
No more tears coming from,
my eyes.
You serve as my sunset in life
The memory of you
You loved me from the star.
Moments I treasure.

Memories
I wrote your name in the,
stars.
I still love him.
The memorie of a kiss
I close my eye's,
You become just a,

Memorie in my life.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 26, 2009

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