Let Me Remember You As This

Let Me Remember You As This

A Poem by Tate Morgan
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The wind from our lives blows by us marking as time runs out it cries Filling life's sails with tattle tales while the dream of our childhood dies

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Without a care through summers fun

we both tousled life in splendor

Each played in the beams daylight streams

holding one another tender

 

Above the churning sky had blushed

without a worry of the night

We played on high till day was nigh

as darkness overcame the light

 

The wind from our lives blows by us

marking as time runs out it cries

Filling life's sails with tattle tales

while the dream of our childhood dies

 

The cricket's songs leisurely played

rain tapped the ground with our first kiss

A warm night bathed in cool moonlight

let me remember you as this

 


© 2013 Tate Morgan



Author's Note

Tate Morgan
I can't say that this piece is wrapped completely in reality. It was a thought of youth and time I spent with others and still remember. Time changes everything does it not? Young love is a lot like that. We always entrust our future to the winds of fortune. What once seemed like the end turned out to be only the beginning of something much better. So to all of you who are still young remember this from a man who has been there. It may seem like your love is gone. As if everything you dreamed was just that, a dream. These moments are the ones that carve the character that will make you interesting to others in the future. The only ones who truly know what life has in store, are those who have lived it and come out the other end a little wiser. The pain that will seem to accompany young love teaches us to be true to one another. These pains will help you through life. Through memories of these mutual pains, those endured and those imposed by us on others, we learn to respect each others feelings. This will make you a better person. One you too can respect.

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Wonderful poem from a "master of the penn". Absolutely loved your words of wisdom in "Author's Note.' Take careful note young people!

Helena

Posted 2 Years Ago


Tate Morgan

2 Years Ago

Thank you Helena that was sweet to hear
Helena

2 Years Ago

You are most welcome poet! ~ H ~
tis feller is a briliant meteoright

Posted 4 Years Ago


Tate Morgan

4 Years Ago

Thank you very much
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Sweet reminiscing here Tate, I think we'd all love to relive those days, great video too.

Posted 4 Years Ago


Not sure what I loved more...your poem, the picture, the music...all of it took me back to puppy love.

Posted 5 Years Ago


Young love that is a good love is a blessing always if it can remain an untouched memory.

Posted 5 Years Ago


It is a sweet dream.

Posted 5 Years Ago


This was so tender and sweet.
'Above the churning sky had blushed' - what a lovely description.

Posted 5 Years Ago


This is simply inspired and haunting too. And what a closing stanza? I especially love that.

Posted 5 Years Ago



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