Remember? You Fell. - Poem by Annabel Lee
If I cry you a river, will you sail it to me?
If I sing you a song, will you hear me?
If I showed you a picture, from a memory long ago.
Would you remember days filled with sunshine and Christmas's filled with snow?
If I held your hand and sat next to you for hours and hours on end.
If I told you that you should remember me, that once we were the very best of friends.
If I told you I loved you, and you knew me once well, would you remember that day?
The day that you fell?
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