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I Bet You Don't Remember

By Bruce Clifford

I bet you don't remember when we used to count the stars
I know you couldn't have noticed we would ever get that far
I've tried to count the pieces of this fractured and fragmented view
I know out in the distance there is something to remind me of you

I bet you don't remember when we would walk thorough the sky
All these simple pleasures of us not understanding why
I've reached for a moment when I knew you could understand my pain
I know there are more examples of us running in the rain

I bet you don't remember how life used to be
All this misdirection gains no primeval sympathy
I know you couldn't have noticed we could ever reach a star
I bet you don't remember how we ever got this far

10/7/13 Bruce Clifford


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