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I STILL REMEMBER

I still remember, when I and you,
Went up on the trees
Climbed up on the mountains
Flunked the garden flowers
And were happy to tease girls
There were impossibles
But we made them possible
You tried to teach me English
But I was stubborn
I never concentrated

I still remember when I and you,
Were ones who felt proud of each other
We never thought for others
But made ourselves smile
We loved our seasons
We got joy and fun
We would play in the sun
On a lovely day of sun
We had lost our lovely pairs
On the bench of the beach

I still remember when I and you,
Went far and wide
We shouted and cried
We ate chips and fries
We wished to go up skies
To catch the twinkling stars
We went faraway places
To do well our graces
There were girls who put together sand
And they made some houses
We were the ones who razed the all

I still remember when I and you,
Sprinted here and there
We went coves to search some stones
And we collected them in order to play
We were always known as dumpy
We came home when it was dusky
There was so much fun
When we were in school life
We were the ones who shouted in classes
We were the ones who faced mistakes
We were the ones who bore exams

I still remember when I and you were the true best friends,
I am wondering where you are now
On a shining night, and sparkling stars
I looked for you, but you are lost
Somewhere in the sky, near some stars
You can’t be seen, but in my heart…

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  1. Date: 3/7/2014 7:00:00 PM

    This poem speaks to me. It reminds me of a long lost friend that moved away.

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