Will you remember me?

Will you remember me?

A Poem by Deborah Leah Krempa

Didn't use to be like that. It was normal conversation to include your memories of your loved ones. Not to be morbid or afraid of the tears or the heartache. Not to dwell in the past is a good positive thing but to not share some of your thoughts, memories is a selfishly sad pitiful thing. It's like if you really love me will you remember me when I am no longer here? Or will you ignore the fact that I ever did exist? My mom and dad talked about their deceased parents quite often; they'd share stories of good times and those not so good, sometimes they repeated that same story time and again. Especially the elders. Senility was not a shame it was a natural occurrence and nothing to fear or be ashamed of because you knew you was loved unconditionally. To make a long story short It didn't damage me or cause me psychological problems... life did that! Making decisions, bad choices in this life and choosing to be around people and places that are not living a positive healthy lifestyle. LOL! So... there ye go!

The only person to impress is you. A loving positive attitude towards your self will make you a kinder person and your light will reflect on all those who you encounter on this journey we call life.

© 2021 Deborah Leah Krempa

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Added on January 29, 2021
Last Updated on January 29, 2021


Deborah Leah Krempa
Deborah Leah Krempa

Toledo, OH

I am grandmother,.. My children and my grandchildren I love them all so very much. They are my gifts from my creator, the blessings in this life. I simply adore poetry and the .. more..