Hermione Femalton

Do You Remember?

Do you remember?
The fourteenth day of May?
The summer in the air
And the laughter in the bay.

And do you remember,
What you said to me?
In the darkness of the bed
With the whisper of the sea?

Do you remember
The rain-fall on our skin?
And the taste on our toungues
That was like a breath of spring?

And do you remember,
Anything of me?
The caution of our touch
And the freedom of the sea.

May 2009

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 11, 2009

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