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This Memory (poem)

Updated on July 4, 2016

The leaves are turning gold once more

The scent of winter at the door

And one less summer to explore

I feel we’ve seen it all before

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Soon comes the rain we can’t ignore

Where once was day an endless night

And one less kiss by candlelight

I sense we’ve done this once before

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Before the breezes learned a melody

Scented by flowers’ harmony

There was this memory

Of you and me

Maybe

Maybe

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And maybe shadows on the floor

Still understand what dreams are for

And one less moment to ignore

In case we’ve done this all before

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An autumn moon this lovers’ shore

It calls our hearts again to flight

And one less chance to hold you tight

A chance we might have seen before

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Before the stars in heaven could all see

The flowers dancing merrily

There was this memory

Of you and me

We’ll see

We’ll see

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      Mona Sabalones Gonzalez 10 months ago from Philippines

      I like the structure of the poem, and the way you pose the ending as a possibility more than as a question:)

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      Shauna L Bowling 10 months ago from Central Florida

      Martin, this is awesome. I can see this as a theme song for a romantic movie.

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