Just Reminiscing - Poem by Catherine Stokes
I remember when the two of you came to visit me.
And we would sit till break of dawn
Talking about our childhood days
I still can hear their voices clear
Laughing at the things we did
How I made them help with the chores
That's right they said, you're our second mom
I never will forget those short sweet weeks.
Those happy weeks we spent together
The bond between us became more stronger
It was more than love between three sisters
Now you're both gone. gone forever
And my heart is all but breaking
Lord give me the strength to hear this pain
I loved them dearly, but you loved them more
So Lord, don't ever let me stop reminiscing of...
All the good times we shared together
Only let me...just remember.
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