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Remember Me Please

If one day you ever care to see me
remember me remember me

remember my eyes
when you see some one suffering from love and all they do is cry
remember my lips, when you take the sweetest sip
remember my words my love every day
like in the mornings when you hear the doves sing so gay
remember my smile
exactly like a 8 year old child smiles
remember my body
when you hug your pillow to whisper you love me
remember me when I use to travel every inch of your body
remember me when I fell in your heart and you found me
remember that your lips where all I ever wanted to drink
remember that your eyes where all I ever wanted to see
next to you the only place I wanted to be
remember me please....
when I begged you so you wouldn’t leave

remember when I was inside of your heart
and nothing in this world could break us apart

remember me
Raymond Valadez

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I Will Remeber....

No matter what happens I will remember you
I will remember the fun we had together
I will remember the secrets told
I will remember the trust
I will remember our friendship
shiny shine

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Remembering Her

I remember her
Singing to herself
I remember her
Skipping as she left
I remember her
Arranging flowers
I remember her
With pink cheeks
I remember her
Looking up at me
I remember her
In summer dresses
I remember her
Playing piano
I remember her
In my garden
I remember her
In my kitchen
I remember her
In my bed
I remember her
in my bathroom
I remember her
As my nurse
I remember her
As my lover
I remember her
Wanting to dance
I remember her
Lying to me
Dean Meredith

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Dear 12 Year Old Preteen

Dear twelve year old preteen,

Why aren’t you afraid of the monsters under your bed? I can’t help but think of the ones in my head and wonder “did you have them back then? ” I remember the way you would stare at the big bear trucking company sign as if it was a trigger, and I still tense up every now and then too. Sometimes the sign’s letters shift as if they are on a track that moves them, and I read ‘beer.’ I wonder… Was that why you starred so often? How many times have you asked him to quit now? I know you use to ask him a lot.. I asked him again last night but he can’t seem to put it down; each drink is a game of Russian roulette with a bottle rather than a gun. How’s school? I remember everyone as being so cruel. When they threw them, did the basket balls hurt nearly as bad as you felt? I blocked that out long ago, but I have been remembering more lately, so maybe that will come back to me someday soon. Do you have things you blocked out and can’t remember? I still think about how I hadn’t been quick enough to grab the pills. I have wrote a few since. Have you wrote it yet? I can’t help but remember the plan… Do you think it would hurt? You know... To die? It's an arsenal filled day again and it’s always going to be an ongoing battle. They tell you to take the road less traveled, but I know you only ever wanted the choice. Are you still holding your breath? I am getting kind of tired. Don’t let them fool you,16 isn’t a magic number. Do you still live by the saying life goes on? I do, only now it might dig my grave. Life is full of pain and if life goes on then it does too.I'm sorry I didn't try harder. I should have protected you better, but then again I guess I don't protect me now either.
Breanna Choma

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