Kondwani Simwaba

Forgotten Memories - Poem by Kondwani Simwaba

Forgotten Memories
In pursuit of light i gaze above, looking at the stars; wondering if they make bandages for the heart to mend my scars; see! Maybe i should have bought you flowers when i was your man like Bruno Mars; because the pain in my heart from missing you is louder than musical bars; I mean i do recall that day i shoved you to the grass; we laughed about it like i was copper and you were zinc bonded together to form brass; see! Our romance stood out from the rest like a bright student in any class; I just wonder if you remember all the memories we shared so bright; because for you i could have guaranteed victory in any fight; I mean! I miss you so much, i just wonder if he treats you right; because happiness for you is my only plight and even though from you i am outta sight; i pray those memories like a poem, when alone you recite...

Topic(s) of this poem: love

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 5, 2015

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