How Would you Remember Me?

By Shewolf

If I closed my eyes Forever
How would you remember me?
Would you remember nights
Of drunken Laughter, Music
Of playful wrestling
That oft turned Sensual?
Would you remember me
Holding you when you cried
Of knowing you without Judging
Of understanding You?
Of feeling your pain as if it were my own?
If I closed my eyes Forever
Would you remember me with Regret?
If you wrote my epitaph
What would you say?
Kind words that mean nothing?
or would you portray me
on my stone
with the eloquence
that so becomes You?
Whatever you inscribe
add the words
"She Loved Me"
For there is nothing so permanant
as that
Which is Chiseled in Stone.

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© 2006 Shewolf
Published on Thursday, January 12, 2006.     Filed under: "Poetry"
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  • A former member wrote: *nods* at all the other comments.. they said it best already. ~Lost~

  • Guillotine On Tuesday, January 24, 2006, Guillotine (177)By person wrote:


  • A former member wrote: interesting are the questions that often come to mind, aren't they?

  • A former member wrote: "For there is nothing so permanent/as that/Which is Chiseled in Stone." Once again, you've mastered the words to create something beautiful. That's how I'll remember you. *Evangel*

  • Ozymandias On Thursday, January 12, 2006, Ozymandias (35)By person wrote:

    This is amazing. I would remember you as the person who wrote a poem and completely left me speechless.

  • Johny_D_Lewis On Thursday, January 12, 2006, Johny_D_Lewis (506)By person wrote:

    i would remember you as one of dp best, and this write is the proof, well done

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