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The memories....

The footsteps of two running children
Laughter that subsides into yells and screams
I seemed to freeze in place and hyperventilate

What happened to the good memories?
My mother used to hold me tight
My brother never got into fights

Worst of all I’m living with my grandmother who right now I hate the most
Because…She doesn’t understand me and doesn’t want to or care to
My father lives with us too but I don’t really have a problem with him

I just wish he acted more of a father than a friend…..plus a push over sometimes
My memories seem to pass me by
Relapsing inside and not letting me remember anything but glimpses as in black and white

Just remembering my past makes me think of the bad memories
If I concentrate on the good all I get is one sweet memory
Me and family went to a swimming place

With a dam and my brother and I went face to face under the dam
That was the last time we ever went somewhere as a whole family
Me and my brother just went under the dam and scared everyone……

All my memories are fading with my family and me
Now I can picture is: yelling, hitting, and almost dying because of car crashes
I wish to remember the good memories but all I get is only maybe two
Alyssa Howell

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Recall the memory, the moment of revelation
When divine intervention came to life
Reborn in transformation.

Delete the memory, the time for cover-up
When the worst of humanity surfaced within
Exposed in defamation.

Store the memory, saved for another day
Forgiveness permanently filed under peace
Without his condemnation.

Live by the memory, ready for tomorrow
Changed into faith by the maker of the past
Revealed in incarnation.

(August 2008)

After listening to a sermon on ‘Memories’ at The Salvation Army, St Mary Cray, the text: ‘So I will always remind you of these things, even though you know them and are firmly established in the truth you now have. I think it is right to refresh your memory …’ (2 Peter 1: 12-13 NIV)
Paul du Plessis

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Bleeding Rose

Beauty of an angel,
Dressed in all fineries of white,
Your bright, beautiful eyes,
Crystal clear Cleopatra like skin,
All hidden under the veil,
Like the clouds hiding the bright Sun.

Memories of us playing,
In the same lord’s house,
Childhood friendship blooming into love,
No lawn left without our presence,
No flowers left untouched by us,
Like the rain drops’ kiss on earth.

Today you walk all alone,
As a bride without me beside,
Those sweet talks and kisses,
Dissolved in my blood as memories,
Creating waves of disagreement to fact,
Like a wave I come again and again to you my shore.

I know your heart aches,
For those memories which haunt you,
Those memories don’t remain sweet anymore,
It is just like a drop, in your ocean of memories,
Unlike me it’s like a dropp of honey amidst salty memories,
Like a bee who collects honey for human to enjoy,
I am here with my tears to be presented,
As your wedding bells ring,
I twitch and turn, like a bleeding rose,
Here I part with the heart which had beat,
Only for you and never to beat anymore.
Leena Bose

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I live and will die by you

It is my memory of you
That kindles my spirit.
It is the same memory
That swindles my heart.

My head is full with your thought.
My bed is sore from the same thought.

Day by day pain aggravates;
The same way does my plight.

It is my memory of you
That gives me joy.
It is the same memory
That sends me to sorrow.

You throw on me the day and the night.
I enjoy both in different lights.

I cherish you in my memory;
I may perish from the same memory
29.11.2000, Pmdi
Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

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