Angel Croshier

Rookie (11-22-89 / Red Hook)

Our Memories - Poem by Angel Croshier

My white dress
flares at my waist
I feel like a princess
As I walked toward you
Do you remember the day you met me?
Or the first time i needed you help?
November 9, My tummy did a flip flop
They day you told me to leave him
But I couldn't find it in my heart to do it
But you were right
The day we almost kissed
Or the many days, i laid in your lap
Do you remember when i left him
Or the day you asked me to be yours
What about our first real kiss
The fights we had where we cried
When we'd thought we'd lost each other
The day we graduated
Your proposed and of course i said yes
Do you remember everything like i do
These memories flood my head
As i think about what we went through to get here
You're mine now and you forever will be
And no one can ruin that
Saying our vows and I finally
confess to you, how i never
thought anyone would truly want me
So i tell you that it takes a very
special person to see past me and see my heart
You not only saw me for me
You stole me heart and broke down
The walls around it

So i guess i make you happy
Because on our wedding day you said 'I do' and so did I
You know that this is forever right?
I Hope you do because today
I promised myself to you
And you promised yourself to me
So i hope you're happy because
I'll never let you go

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 2, 2006

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