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Here With You

April 7, 2009
By Alison Bates SILVER, Smyrna, Tennessee
Alison Bates SILVER, Smyrna, Tennessee
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Falling ricochets of passing words cloud my memory,
And the sudden relapse of pain jolts me back to the past,
Where you reside so sweetly, carrying bows of my everything,
Slow evenings spent by your side counting the rows of water,
As they fell silently down the window pane tracing your name in my eyes,
I thought that those nights would never cease to play and replay,
Winding a perfect harmony in our ears,
And otherwise, I'll never forget the symmetry you carved in my bare skin,
To the place I'll forever rest, in your name, where I know myself the best.

The author's comments:
This is basically a reaction to the emotions that words and memories can envoke in us. The smallest things can create in us the biggest impact. And for that, we'll forever carry it with us.

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