You And I - Poem by Edwina Reizer
You and I whether planned or not
have wandered separate ways.
But in all the wandering we forgot
that there’d be kinder days.
Days of simple pleasantries,
days of pain to bear,
days of complicated living,
days we could not share.
And then we came upon a time
that what we thought forgot
was alive and well from memory
whether planned or not.
For fate will have a say in life
and surprise will come to you.
And just when we thought our life was over
we found it was not through.
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