Remember Me - Poem by Carla MacKay
I find sweet solace in the quiet calm
I breathe in deep and feel the cool damp on my lungs.
As tears sting my eyes I breathe in memories of you.
At the end of our dock looking over our lake I look in the water and see your reflection.
I close my eyes and just like sunsets I know it will never be the same.
My memories sweet sad and perfect as there are will haunt me
And I remember your eyes your hands your laugh that ticked my ears.
Yes, I promise never to forget a million smiles and a million tears
So much happiness to much wonderful for two all my dreams wrapped up in you.
It was you me and forever carved on our tree and I wonder in these silent moments if you remember me.
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