sokibgb

MEMORIES - thinking of you



Sometimes I think about you

How young and free we were

It all seems like a dream

A dream I can't forget

 

Memories come rushing in

Of times, people and places

We both thought we'd won the game

For we held all the aces

 

Then everything changed, somehow

No one's really to blame

We played and lost then paid the price

With tears, grief and pain

 

Sometimes I think about you

The way we used to be

For greater love I've never known

When we both played to win

  • Author: Soki (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: March 20th, 2013 09:33
  • Comment from author about the poem: Love is sometimes lost but never forgotten. Good day, soki
  • Category: Love
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  • User favorite of this poem: ☼ G U E R R E R O ☼.

Comments5

  • diamonddagger

    Beautiful!!! What more can I say to a beautiful poem like this....very well written.

    • sokibgb

      Thank you so much diamond, for your beautiful comment. You made my day.

    • bigwolf

      Great write sokibgb, keep making those memories

      • sokibgb

        Thank you bigwolf. You make me feel the sunshine and smell the rain,
        and maybe I'll be able to share a few memories of mine with you.

        • bigwolf

          You are a sweet person, I will look forward to all of what the future holds.

        • ☼ G U E R R E R O ☼

          Is impossible forget a real love.

          • sokibgb

            Love that was beautiful once, will never be forgotten. Thank you for reading and commenting.

          • baj-a

            you captured the pain of lost love so perfectly and the sadness of wondering what if...

            • sokibgb

              Lost love will forever live in our memories and so will the question what if.......

            • colin

              Beautifull Soki though very sad the love we all have lost in life though memmories stay strong

              • sokibgb

                Yes colin, lost love is gone but not forgotten



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