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A Rekindled Memory

I stand amid the flowers of a time gone by
I search my thoughts, not wanting to cry
Haunted by a memory so tender and sore
I still my heart as my knees begin to shake more

Her pretty smile is but a distant flavor gone sour
Maybe if I banish these memories ever more
My healing would know comfort and peace
Yet, somehow the graceful love would cease

Gentle raindrops begin to fall upon a cloudy head
I search to no end for shelter to relinquish my dread
A haven somewhere that I may find her again
Her captivating beauty in my heart my only friend

As I walk slowly away from the small mound
My desperate tears flow unleashed to the soft ground
I awaken dying strength to put her locket upon the stone
I look up to see the rain was gone, I am still alone



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