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Steven Harris


Will I Be Remembered


I've always known and understood that
i wont be remember after
i die
just like alot of people i will
be forgotten
i will just be a distant memory
and it will become more distant
everyday
untill the memory has faded out
into a forgotten history
i just hope that my time here is something
special
that i atleast do something i can take
to the grave with and be happy that
i did it
do something that only i will be proud
of
because that moment will not be a care
for the people of the world
it will not be remembered
so i'll do something that only i will
remember
make a moment in earths history
that only i did
something important that only i
can do
that's what i need to do
forget being remembered
it's not important
just to create that one moment that i
can tell someone one day
tell a story
tell a tale of something that i did
it will be forgotten and lost
but there will be a place where this happened
that i only i knew about
that's all that matters
i don't care
i'm not bother if i'm remembered.

Submitted: Saturday, June 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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