Sylvia Kakegumick

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I remember you dear brother
You'd leave for a while than you would always come back
I remember you dear brother
We would always say 'good morning' to each other than we would take a long walk to watch as the sun rose
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Why must ocean's rage so violently?
I can either sink or swim

Still, Christmas doesn't feel like Christmas.
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Sylvia Kakegumick Biography

I have been doing a bit of writing and poetry for as long as I can remember. When I start writing, I just start writing. I don't think about what I want to write, it all comes to me.

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I Remember You

I remember you dear brother
You'd leave for a while than you would always come back
I remember you dear brother
We would always say 'good morning' to each other than we would take a long walk to watch as the sun rose
I remember you dear brother
We would take another long walk to watch the sunset
Than we would say 'good night' to each other
I remember you dear brother
Now you left us and this hole in our hearts won't mend
But you have left such beautiful memories
I'll never hear you say 'Sis' again
But I'll always remember you dear brother

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