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Poetry: Vivid Memories

Darius is a former high school literary and feature writer that loves reading books, listening to music, and watching movies.

By Stoian Hitrov from Walli

By Stoian Hitrov from Walli

I remembered it so vividly,

A memory from my past.

Oh, how it fades so quickly,

I always thought it could last.

From the way you spoke

And the way you move,

How it made me choke,

How I lost my groove.

From your eyes that shone

Like a thousand burning stars,

And pillows to stones;

It made my scars.

From your hand, so fragile

And your hair so pitch and black,

Though you were agile and smart,

I resisted your every attack.

And from the moment I cleared

A confession, oh, so wrong,

It became blurred,

That was just too strong.

For friends, are we, cannot be

Ordinary turned into imaginary;

An indefinite fate, an unknown destiny,

A ludicrous statement, a hope to flee.

Thus I remembered it all so vividly —

How I liked you so, as such;

How I loved you real and quickly,

And how it all hurt very much.

© 2019 Darius Razzle Paciente

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