Curry Bascue

Time And Strength - Poem by Curry Bascue

Everyday a little stronger.
How many days will I go without?
I can feel the hurt inside,
The withdrawal from everything I loved.
All of my greatest memories.

It’s not that I forget all that you mean to me,
I just forgot something valuable to me.
A great memory, one that I cherished so much,
It’s all of us.
All of us outside together before things had to change,
I love everything I have now,
My time of freedom and all,
But still I remember what I left behind.

I still remember,
But it’s not the same to remember something and
not be able to experience it.
Is it?
Tell me,
Do you remember?
And are you getting a little bit stronger too?

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 9, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, June 10, 2011

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