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  173.     

Remember when

Remember when,
You first asked me out.
Remember when,
We broke up.
Remember when,
I cried for days.
Remember when,
You got back with me.
Remember when,
You cheated on me.
Remember when,
I broke up with you.
Remember when,
I found another guy.
Remember when,
You saw me kiss him.
Remeber when,
I said sorry.
Remember when,
You said sorry.
Remember when,
We got back together.
Remeber when,
Everything crashed,
And we broke up,
This time,
For good.
Do you remember,
Or did you forget...
 
Dragon Crenshaw

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  174.     

Remember Not

Remember not lost loves and friends gone astray.
Remember not doubts and fears that held your heart at bay.
Remember not those who criticize, since you can’t please all.
Remember not ones who never learn regardless of their fall.

Remember not all who bring you down for they’re not your friends.
Remember not wasted times with them and their capricious ends.
Remember not anyone who seeds sadness in your life.
Remember not this sower or your fault will lead to strife.

Remember not yesterdays, but as they affect tomorrows.
Remember not the easy ways as they will lead to sorrows.
Remember not anyone that blocks your happiness,
Especially the mirrored image whom you daily dress.
 
Gregory Huyette

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  175.     

Remember, it's Me

When raindrops touching your lips
remember, it's me giving you a kiss

When the wind is blowing thru your hair
remember, it's me playing with it

When your eyes are wet
remember, it's me wiping your tears

When the sun tickles and make you smile
remember, it's me telling a joke

When your hand are wet
remember it's me watering the plants

When your body is all relaxed
remember, it's me rocking you to sleep

When you cover yourself with a blanket
remember, it's me keeping you warm

When the moon shines thru the window
remember, it's me protecting you

When the radio is playing
remember, it's me singing our song

When you hve butterflies in your stomach
remember, it's me, telling you he is a good guy

When the phone rings
remember, it's me giving you my blessing
 
Dagmar Wilson

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  176.     

.5. Memories of Good Grub

I remember in the fifties we had dripping on our bread
Sprinkled well with salt for extra taste
I remember black pork jelly from the bottom of the dish
Was a relish to be savoured not to waste?

I remember fetching winkles always sold to us in pints
That took ages to get out with just a pin
I remember all the winkle shell looked like a load of snails
And the juicy ones that dribbled down your chin

I remember lumpy porridge milk and sugar on the top
Setting hard enough to cut yourself a slice
I remember having nightmares after having two large bowls
To describe it one would never call it nice

I remember red polony in its plastic sort of skin
Tried and tried our best but couldn’t make it spread
I remember trays of faggots from the butchers for our tea
Though some folks called them savoury ducks instead

I remember being told that I’d remember
The good things as well as the bad
I remember those large Yorkshire puddings
Where the best thing that we’d ever had


© 2008 David Threadgold
Rambling Riddles & Rhymes
 
David Threadgold www.davidthreadgold.com

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