Father Remember

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Upon my father's anniversay

Father, remember

What common ground we had

We had love, land, time, air

Somehow I remember

That’s all we shared

 

I made it my business

To leave you

Even though part of me

Believed you

 

You had a look

That told me of an idea you had

You held for me a book

And told me “take it from here and be glad”

 

Somehow I was young

And old and proud

Somehow I clung

To that which would make me loud

 

Do you remember how we left each other?

Do you remember we left in a hurry?

Do you remember me and my mother?

Do you remember anything about worry?

 

Well, I worry because I remember you

And I promise I won’t forget

This year’s last December, you

Let me go, you did let

 

When I wake these days I see your face

It feels that you are with me

In a common ground stronger than place

From now on, that’s way it’ll be.


Submitted: October 23, 2012

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Dean Talbot

A beautiful poem! Very well done!

Tue, October 23rd, 2012 11:56pm

Ragy

Thank you for taking the time to reaad.

Wed, October 24th, 2012 1:16am

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