A Poem by M.S Solis

Inspired by someone I once loved


I remember the overwhelming smell of my Grandma's Pho.

I remember the loud cheers of my first concert.

I remember sleepovers at my friend's house filled with endless junk food.

I remember promising my friend we would always stay friends

and breaking those promises when we grew apart.

I remember the warm, fun family gatherings I used to have when I was little

that gradually turned to cold lonely holidays.

I remember the first time I had picked up the guitar

and heard its near angelic harmonious sounds.

I remember the screams, tears, laughs, and parties that our family used to have.

I remember the first time I had felt the sweet feeling of snow.

I remember the tingling feeling of my first kiss.

I remember the clear vision that I had once posessed.

I remember when life was simple

and I had no worries at all...

© 2009 M.S Solis

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Yes, I do, too, as I suspect a lot of us do. We wish we could get them back or experience them again, but only in our memories and through writing about them is that possible. Very nice work, M.S.

Posted 10 Years Ago

very nice. i love the concept. i remember those times as well. i wish theyd last forever. :)

Posted 11 Years Ago

This is a lovely piece that brought back some fond memories. Thank you for expressing this sentiment so well!

Posted 11 Years Ago

Oh but to remember the times of innocense. A lovely poem. Thank you for sharing. Debileah

Posted 11 Years Ago

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Added on July 20, 2009


M.S Solis
M.S Solis

Las Vegas, NV

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