And I Remember You - Poem by Kaustubh Patthe
I remember you like the moon which fall upon me,
Like the smooth breeze that pinch me.
Like the shiver of November cold,
Like the fire I try to hold.
I remember you in the aroma of rose wine,
In every crystal, in every metal that shine.
In every beauty, in every bird call,
In every spring, in every rainfall.
I remember the way you scold,
I remember the things you told.
I will remember you when I’ll get old,
I will remember you when I’ll need a hand to hold,
I will remember you when you’ll not there,
And I remember you as you were.
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