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  357.     

Forget To Remember

Remember...remember...remember...
How is it so hard to remember, mother
remember I exist
I, your daughter
How is it so hard to remember me
I, your son
us, your children
Susan and Scott
Mother...or should we even call you that
You haven't bothered to remember our names
the day we were born
The only time you choose to acknowledge us
is when you're awake long enough
to ask for us to buy you
your liver failure and portable cancer
Do you even remember the promises you made to us at 3
that you were always going to be there
that you'd never falter
Where did you go
Why haven't you came back
Do you even remember those long days and endless nights
where we'd square off for verbal fights
cause of the pain your vindictive self inflicted upon our innocence
Do you even remember when I said I hate you
Do you even remember when I said I despise you
Do you even remember when we said we loathe you
Do you once even look back to when we last said we love you
Can you recognize your own voice when you speak
But why would you bother
Mother...or should we just call you Mary
A small gift to know we bothered to remember your name
Why we try is just a distant memory
We try to remember to forget about you
while you forget to remember us
Susan and Scott
the children who apparently matters not
 
Russell Crow

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  358.     

Little Girl

I remember you as a small child,
Laughing, happy in God's light.
I remember how things made you smile,
A butterfly, flower or cat.

I remember the joy you felt
When the love you freely gave was returned.
I remember your gentleness, sweetness
Friendly to all you did meet.

Where did you go, little girl?
I can't seem to find where you are.
Where did you go, little girl?
I long so to have you back.

I remember you as you were growing.
The trees and rocks you did climb.
I remember your blue jeans and t-shirts,
Your bird eggs, bare feet and mud pies.

I remember the forts you and friends built,
How to graveyards on bikes you would ride.
I remember the horses you so loved,
How often you'd speak to your God.

Where did you go, little girl?
Fearless, carefree and believing.
Where did you go, little girl?
I wish I could get back your faith.

I remember you as a teen-ager,
With wonder and tears in your eyes.
I remember your long walks and questions
About life and creatures called boys.

I remember slumber parties, friends talking
Deep thoughts of love, peace, friendship.
I remember your art work and poetry
All searching for truth and the Lord.

Where did you go, little girl?
You've lost your way in the dark.
Where did you go, little girl?
Crying for lack of a song.

I remember you as a young woman,
Confused, mixed up and betrayed.
I remember your stumbling and groping,
For what you could not even guess.

I remember how often your fear came.
How deep you were beat, hurt and bitter.
I remember how you lost all your hope.
The dreams all turned to nightmares.

Where did you go, little girl?
Where is your innocence now?
Where did you go, little girl?
Loneliness has almost killed.

I remember how close to death
Many times it has seemed that you walked.
I remember how a friend brought you back,
But you were to blind to see where He was.

I remember how blackness was lifted,
In the clear, bright light of the son.
I remember your joy at seeing
Your friend was Jesus your Lord.

I know where you've been, little girl.
I'm so glad He's brought you back home.
I know you are me, little girl.
Thank you Jesus, once more.

(mid 1970s)
 
Tobbie WhiteBird Crowe

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  359.     

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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  360.     

What Will You Do Then?

Do you remember the day,
When you said we would be friends forever?

Do you remember the day,
When you said no one could never replace me, ever?

Do you remember the day,
When you said you would always be by my side?

Do you remember the day,
When you left me, and I cried?

Do you remember the day,
When you became popular, and left me behind?

Do you remember the day,
When I pretended I didn't mind?

Do you remember the day,
When YOU got left behind?

Do you remember the day,
When you couldn't see straight, you were blind?

Do you remember the day,
When I guided you through it all?

Do you remember the day,
When I helped you so you wouldn't fall?

Do you remember the day,
When you turned on me once again?

Can you fortell the day,
When you will fall, again, what will you do then?
 
Robyn Pearson

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