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Don't Forget To Remember

Don't Forget To Remember

A Poem by Patricia Gayle


Don’t Forget To Remember As your memories fade, With your coming age And the illness that takes you I beg of you, please Don’t forg..
1. Raindrops

1. Raindrops

A Chapter by livspen


Alison was playing music through the wall on the morning of Wilfred’s funeral. It beat loud at me like someone knocking their fist, knocking it ..
a doleful daughter's rememberance

a doleful daughter's rememberance

A Poem by j.r.


my mother spent many nights weaving strings of colored silk into my hair that glint of streaked silver and braided bronze and the beads or the ..
Decision

Decision

A Chapter by imagination


“I’ll go with you, okay? But…can I grab some things at home first? I’d like to have at some of my possessions.” Lili..
Memory

Memory

A Story by Thomas Coll


A short story of a very good memory. I hope you enjoy.
For You

For You

A Poem by Seeker


Tribute to a very special person. #1 in a series of poems about missing someone
Starry Night

Starry Night

A Poem by Patricia Gayle


Looking up into that great night sky I thought of you and that long lost night
Into the Blue Memory

Into the Blue Memory

A Poem by Adam M. Snow


A child will find the way, in a night, and in a day, with the moment still, waking the dreams, glorious and free, into the blue memory.
Moving on with Life

Moving on with Life

A Poem by rachel88


something that could happen to anyone
We Dance

We Dance

A Poem by Patricia Gayle


And around and around we go
Retained Vs Lost

Retained Vs Lost

A Poem by Penulis Kecil


Memory is a tricky beast; musings on what was remembered vs what was forgotten after an assault. Non-graphic.
Letters/Colors

Letters/Colors

A Poem by Red Crown


How are you girl in yellow clothing?Your smile is beautiful as alwaysI just couldn't forget your eyesHow they shown kindness towards meHow their green..
A Letter to My Dear Friends

A Letter to My Dear Friends

A Story by Cyali


In the sculpture of our lives, pain is naught but a bubble, forever frozen. It was something to fret about once, but now it no longer upsets us.