About the Poem
We all have memories, both good and bad. Is there someone that you made your BEST memories with? If so, after reading this poem, close your eyes and relive those happy moments.
|by Judy Burnette|
|The winds blow gently on my mind
Reminding me of you;
I smile . . . I close my eyes
Knowing dreams do come true.
I see you there in the center of my heart
I stand in your warm embrace;
I see the love in your eyes
I gently caress your face.
Memories are a precious gift
We have shared the old, we will make the new;
I hold you close, though we are miles apart
My best memories were made with you.
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17 Visitor Comments
This is a wonderful poem. I can feel the person who is thinking about his/her love. Simple but heart touching words. Thanks for sharing it with us.
i love this poem it truely touched me.
this was a great poem it truly comes from the heart, its nice to show someone you care.
this poem was great and i wish the aurthor the best of luck thanx again emily
i voted for this poem because it was lovely. it's true what this poem is trying to say. i know because this had happened to me already. but then some people have to move on. so this is why i voted for this poem.
This poem touched me. I was looking for something to memorialize my mother's passing ten years ago. I think I found it. :)
Thanks for touching my heart. This is such a lovely poem!
I'm having a memory right now. *tear*
Alas! Someone else who understands.
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