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I remember you

I remember you... 

I remember you like it were yesterday...
calling out your name just to hear the walls throw back the echoes of your response... 

But they have forgotten the sound of your voice 
Sometimes, I forget to remember that you are no longer there
Sometimes, I wish I could forget, that way I wouldn't feel the pain of losing you, but I choose to remember, because the best part of knowing you was loving you, and I can never let go of that part 
So I remember, every detail about you, and it doesn't hurt no more, cause I know I'm going to see you again

I remember, because that's what keeps me going
I remember, because forgetting you would be letting go of you...
So I remember.

Copyright © Sagwadi Maluleke



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