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In memory of her

My love, do you still remember me? The vow we made under this mango tree I was younger then while you were old enough But in my heart I knew you're my better half Your face that time, it's painted here inside After the wedding, we had that romantic ride We took that road riding on a pretty white horse You were holding me throughout the journey, of course But suddenly a storm came while we're on our way You've loosen your grip, we didn't make our day A strong wind got me while you were thrown afar We've been apart, heart-broken like victims of war My love, do you still remember me? Two years and more, we're here under this mango tree Now, I'm tracing the carved hearts with our names entwined Wishing that like them, you and I have that strongest bind My love, do you still remember me? Until now, your memories never set me free...

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