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  173.     

I Remember

I remember how your stunning eyes did pierce my very soul
I remember how your sweetened words softened hardened heart
I remember how your talk love caused my mind to lose control
I remember how your words burned me when from me did you part
I remember all the lies your twisted tongue whispered into my ears
I remember how I would have fought the world just to kiss those liars’ lips
I remember how you toyed with my passions and my fears
I remember how you took my heart and at it you did rip
I remember how you promised that for me you would live
I remember how you said to me that you loved me when we met
I remember and I want to forgive
But I never can forget.
 
Tim Vallie

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  174.     

Remember

I don't remember how you smell

But I do remember there was no farewell

I don't remember the feel of your hair.

But I do remember your cold blank stare

I don't remember who always picked up the check

But I do remember the feeling of your arm around my neck.

I don't remember what we talked about every night

But I do remember it always ended with a fight.

I don't remember all the reasons you made me cry

But I do remember that every time you left, you never told me why

And I don't remember the first time I said I love you

But I do, I still do.
 
Brigitt Rodriguez

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  175.     

I will remember

I will remember
the smiling faces that you
had brought on everyone's faces
I will remember
the many stories
I have heard
I will remember
the first time
I met you
I will remember
the day I found out
I will remember
the tears from your daughter
the way she told me
I will remember
the days I had been at your house
I will never forget
the day you went
But I will remember
how much you were proud of your children
I will remind
your children that you loved them
more than anything
I will remember
the days after
I will remember
comforting your youngest child
I will remember
your life that you lived
I will not forget
everything that has happened
I will always remember you
For you and not for what had happened


This poem is about Danny Greenaway passing away
A loving father and a great husband.
He was an awesome friend to many
 
katelin offord harper

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  176.     

Remember?

Remember when you played "Jacks"
You picked one up before the ball came back?
Remember playing "Hide and Seek"
You closed your eyes and sneaked a peek?
Remember when you flew a kite,
To get it up took all your might?
Remember when a piece of chalk
Wrote game boundaries on the walk?
Remember when with your hands
You made a ball from rubber bands?
Remember how you bounced a ball
For no rhyme or reason at all?
Remember how you had a fit
When you heard "Tag, you're it?"
Remember how skates and a wooden box
Made a racer that was tops?
Remember when you spun a top
And wished it would never stop?
Remember kicking an empty can
Along the curb as you ran?
Remember who got blamed
When everyday the rules were changed?
Do kids today have more fun
Sitting and watching their Nintendos run?
 
Sue Chuzi

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