Remember a Memory


Remember not the bygone days,
The wise are always on restrain;
Forgive me once to travel there,
My memory spoke to me.

Do you remember me, my friend,
When leaves will dance away from trees?
Do you remember me, my friend,
Our chicken soup with rice?

The cupcakes failed in microwaves,
That quarrel lasted many days;
When jokes I made was not so fun,
You alone had laughed for me.

If I could go back to the time
When tears had ripped your heart from me-
I'll take you with me to the place
Where stars would bind our hearts in place.

Memory, now melody
Softly flowing thru the breeze;
You remember, so do I-
Our song of memory.

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