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It should be hard for me.
Now i'm reminded
Of how long it has been...
The memories seem not to let go
Of this heart.
The kiss, the daffodils and
The dandelions flowing in the air
They seem to go to heaven
Those li'l chutes fly
By every breeze, draft and wind,
And bends away my mind.
My fingers long to
Run themselves into your hair,
And my eyes
Still feel your smile.
Let me smile once more
As i let go of the cold, dew-damped grass
Where we lie once and figure out
The clouds....
The clouds are, now, just clouds...
There, where you are.
As i stand in the rain
Staring at the epitaph
'Here, here are the goodbyes'.
Maybe that is as
It should be

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The following comments are for "a letter"
by dylanfair

Dylan's Letter
There’s joy in remembering, and though this poem is sad, it hinted a looking forward to a happier day… it signaled that someone’s moving on! I like the part where there’s looking at the shapes of clouds, as it does tell it is not only about figuring out the shape of clouds, but also about ‘figuring clouds’! There’s big difference between the two, the second one suggests something else too. I also like that there’s dandelions here. I wrote two dandelion poems just to show everyone that penchant for these ‘do we ever have them anyway in our country?’ flowers! LOL

Dylan, you’d be surprised if I tell you sometime ago I wrote a poem with an almost the same theme! Here, you may find by following these links:

( Posted by: peterpaulino [Member] On: October 14, 2006 )

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