Forgotten Kisses - Poem by Alc Harris
If I forgot the warmth of sun on my face
would you open the windows
bring light into this place..
If I forgot the tenderness of lovers kiss
would you take your heart
stroke my lips..
If I forgot my mind and wandered alone
would you take my hand
lead me home..
and if I forgot to breathe that next breath
would you save me from
a certain death..
For my memory of life is fading,
I need a dream to make my escape in
I need a reason
For the moonlight waltz
Forgotten kisses to forever haunt.
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