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Yesterday -I
Was missing you
Only to be reminded of
The sunshine bright for you & I
On a warm summer day in July
I seen you at a place This place you said
Welcome Come and sit for awhile
I remembered your radiant smile- the twinkle in your eye
Our hug anchored held tight to each others heart
Release released from memories we shared
Yesterday our past Forever to remain
Who who would have believed
For little did we know
Through the hands of God we should meet
On this warm summer day in July
What you have stirred within me
I felt through my heart
Never my love to dimimish
Now and for all Eternity
Never your love replaced
Our love solid always to be true
You are an amazing woman my friend
Without you where would I be?
Having you in my Life
Means for all Eternity
When you & I met
On that warm summer day in July

len daniels

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The following comments are for "remember"
by crowhaven

beautiful Uncle Len Im glad you decided to share your writing with the members here at Ive had nothing but positive feedback and support from the other poets here.


( Posted by: SinamonAngel [Member] On: October 22, 2004 )

Got me thinking about some memories of warm summer days of my own. I enjoyed it. What a nice tribute to a loved one. Thanks tb51

( Posted by: TB51 [Member] On: October 22, 2004 )

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