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Remembering What I Lost
by   Amenekko

Chocolate gummi bears always seemed to taste better
from your mouth,
sweet gooey pleasure, 
sugar on our lips pressed soulfully together. 

And

racing down the highway laughing recklessly
I saw
your eyes glint devilishly
as wild wind
caressed me, so free,

Then

I tried to hold on
as everything disintegrated, tears carved my heart,
I was helpless to act
as you and I faded
I don't know what happened
I don't know how I lost it

The divine taste of your 
chocolate kisses
The flying joy 
of our racing trysts...

Now

it's only traces
I hold your hand, but 
just  a shade of happiness
remains... remembered, and cherished,
but lost to the present.
        
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Poem ID: 6815   Poem Posted: 8/13/1998
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