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I Remember You

By Sandra Hedges  

Looking into your eyes I can sense that you are slowly leaving me
When I look into your eyes here is what I can see…
I see a mother, a sister, a friend and a wife
Someone who used to be so full of life
I see laughter and love, humor and heart
I cannot bear to see your life fall apart
I miss our time together and our talks
I miss going shopping and taking our walks
Even though you do not always remember me
I know somehow that you can remember how things used to be
You have left indescribable prints on my heart
I remember every moment with you from the very start
This disease has taken you away
I wish that forever you and your mind could stay
When your time comes, know that I always care
And with my children our memories I will share
I wish that your eyes would look as they did before this disease came
But now and forever your beautiful eyes will never be the same.




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