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Midnight Memory

Updated on September 11, 2010

One of my drawings from 1995

by Andrew Grosjean
by Andrew Grosjean

The Poem

Midnight Memories

I remember in the middle of that night.

      The crisp autumn air.

       And our arms closed tight.

We held each other against the night’s chill

       Spirits held open

       Souls drunk with loves fill.

You sang to me life’s eternal song

      “I love you,” you said.

      Your echo echoes on.

And the beauties that rise against the night skies,

      Will always remind me

      Of that moment in time.

We never do know how much time we do have.

      God gives what He will

      And we walk in His hand.

So, Remember as I do such moments in time.

     And thank God for each

     Of these Jewels we find

By Andrew Grosjean 1996

I little poem: I love the Wind

I love the wind when it flies

      Scouring the ground pushing the skies.

Trees and grasses pushed toward the ground

      Loose leaves and things whirling around

Oh, the power and exhilaration I feel

      To my heart is love and to my soul, ‘tis a meal.

by Andrew Grosjean

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      Andrew Grosjean 7 years ago from Detroit

      Well, you should. The top one was written for you!

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      Glenda 7 years ago

      Beautiful! I loved them both! Thank you!