Danny The Dreamer Boyd
Memories - Poem by Danny The Dreamer Boyd
Memories still lead us to lose our hearts;
And having lost all: we surrender our souls,
And render but nothing that may leave us apart:
In hope to once more set love as our goal.
Memories always slide into our lonesome minds;
And while we try not to, we wind up giving in,
And let them consume, and to the past us bind:
To have a glimpse of life and where it all did begin.
Memories of the few miles that we have walked before;
So long and too tiresome, in our beloved's shoes,
And make us remember what we've been fighting for:
It all seems so vague now with not that much to lose.
Memories that we can't run, from our inevitable fate;
That keep on holding us back and our emotions detain.
And stop embracing sadness and oh, misery contemplate!
Yet we doubt how only light could cut through our chains?
Memories deep inside and everywhere we go;
They haunt us as a never-will-be-at-peace ghost,
They run through our veins and lead us just to know:
That redemption isn't always a cure for who's lost!
Memories of those who're gone, but with us still remain;
No matter how hard we try to move on, they end up being there.
And what we have been brings but pain yet again,
And all the frozen tears that we did before bear.
Memories that we do miss, yet try to leave behind.
Memories are such a bliss, although they bring us dew!
Memories leave us amiss, and heart and soul entwined.
Memories are our goodnight kiss, that last the whole life through.
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