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Live in My Memories

I'm a writer, a poet, a dreamer. Born and raised in New York City. I now live in Daytona Beach, Florida with my wonderful cat Sid.

live-in-my-memories

Remembering days that used to be,

days of you and me,

a love that golden shone,

when we were young

and in love.

How time has flown,

like birds across the skies,

our love wasn’t meant to be

it was pure and it did shine,

but the hands of time,

put us on different paths.

I let you go,

though tears misted my eyes,

the sun disappeared from the skies

and to keep on searching for rainbows -

come live in my memories.

Now my best friend,

has become the photo album,

well worn with time,

where you smile, you wave

and most of all you love me.

Beneath the stars above,

when the moon plays with shadows,

when my mind begins to wander,

it brings back all those love songs-

meant just for you and me.

I always thought,

it was a love meant to be,

I try to follow you,

to see where the road might lead,

but I know it won’t be to your front door.

I still love you,

but it is no longer me you adore,

I guess we’re really through -

come live in my memories.

© 2018 Gypsy Rose Lee

Comments

Alexander James Guckenberger from Maryland, United States of America on January 08, 2018:

You're welcome. ^_^

Gypsy Rose Lee (author) from Daytona Beach, Florida on January 08, 2018:

Thank you Alexander.

Thank you Louise.

Thank you Manatita.

Thank you Bill.

Thank you Kristen.

Thank you Nikki.

So very true FlourishAnyway.

FlourishAnyway from USA on January 08, 2018:

Most people can relate to this. It’s not always easy to move on from a relationship that has ended.

Nikki Khan from London on January 08, 2018:

What a beautiful poem dear,,memories can be painful and precious too at the same time and we all have to live with them.

Very inspirational work.

And Happy New Year of 365 days.

Many Blessings.

Kristen Howe from Northeast Ohio on January 07, 2018:

Another one of your beautiful poems Gypsy Rose. Very poetic and moving beyond imagery and words.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on January 07, 2018:

Bittersweet....painful....memories most of us can relate to. Well done, Rasma!

manatita44 from london on January 07, 2018:

Beauty at the initial encounter... We love to hold on... why not? alas! So many reasons for departure... moving on.

Some very life-like memories. Charming piece!

Louise Powles from Norfolk, England on January 07, 2018:

That's a lovely poem, Rose. There are some sweet and fond memories in your poem.

Alexander James Guckenberger from Maryland, United States of America on January 07, 2018:

This is sweet. ^_^