Is It Poetry (1958 - / Bus-Boys And Poets, Washington D.C.)
I Remember You As You Were
Your face your eyes,
your full lips as if the sky should part.
your high cheeks, how they flowed,
as the mighty Amazon to the sea.
The deepest of conversations,
we both would share, when I knew but depair.
The way was never easy,
and the path for you would part.
With ease like the calming breeze.
Your voice Ihear as if it's yeterday.
The warming wind it winds around,
each tree the soft green leaves.
You made me stay behind the scenes,
while love and loving trust.
I see your dreams that moving off and
you wait for me to reach the stars
that shine upon my face.
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