"I Will Remember You"


Sights and Sounds


Sometimes it's a sound,
birds like we listened to,
or the music she liked to hear;
Sometimes a smell,
like flowers, or even the
shampoo she used;
Sometimes bacon frying,
or the pudding she liked.
Over and over, every day,
I think of my mother,
and tears flow.
I was so tired, but why
did I give up?
Those were the best times,
the only really important times
in all of my life.

--May 1996
Copyright © 1996-2004 Brenda S. Parris


"I Will Remember You"
"I will be walking one day, Down a street far away, And see a face in the crowd and smile. Knowing how you made me laugh Hearing sweet echoes of you from the past.
I will remember you...
So many years come and gone, And yet the memory is strong. One word we never could learn--Good-bye. True love is frozen in time; I'll be your champion and you'll be mine. I will remember you."
--© Amy Grant



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