Ellen Mendez

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Unforgettable


In the silence of the skies so blue
Laying in consciousness as the wind blew
Reminiscing the moment of me and you
In the vastness memories of undue

Portraying things, can't let it go
In memories that bid's, let it go
Wake! let memories knelt for surrender
Let sky's and sea's bow to render

Pity himself for interrupting
In the silence of mourn of suffering
Like a flightless bird without wings
Fight less in thy world of spring

Memories scattered and shower's the earth
Rushing to fixed in all of his mirth
It was too late like past never be today
Knelt suffer and went astray

A heart of memories can never be fixed,
It was grind-ed, carried by wind of untwist
Memories of mine heal thy wound
He'll pay, as you wish he would

Like a bird that caged in imagination,
A bird that nothing even destination
In the warmth skies it went forth
To reach for it's own worth

Memories it's time to smile
You've walk a certain mile
Memories accept it's own value
He will be unforgettable forever of you

Memories of him will be infinite
Smile, past had done for definite
And there's no going back to start
Nothing to do; accept him as your part

Submitted: Saturday, June 08, 2013
Edited: Sunday, January 05, 2014

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