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“Remember”

Would you still know my face?  So close we had been.
Is there any trace of me left, in your head?
There wer times that I held you tight; my arms surrounding
you while you cried.
Would you still know my hands, if I held theme befor wide?
Many times to each other we spoke.
Listening to you – you listening to me.
My voice, would you still know?
Together we laughed- happiness share for a while.
Would you still know my smile?
In each other’s eyes we stared- reading one another’s
moods.
Have you forgot my eyes are blue?
Toegther we sanged the songs,
You out of tune- me out of key.
I remember you.
Do you remember me?



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Archie Smith 910941
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