Death Can'T Touch A Memory

Poem By Vallerie Lobell

Death can't touch a memory,
Can't chisel it from one's heart,
As far as I am concerned,
You and I never did part,

You are still with me in all I do,
I see you in my mind's eye,
That smile still on your face,
I have no need to cry,

When things are sometimes said,
I turn and look your way,
I know what you are thinking,
I know what you will say,

So close are we still,
And always will be,
Together because,
Death can't touch a memory,

Comments about Death Can'T Touch A Memory

Valerie I've writen poems about the death of my daughter this piece could have come from my own heart. Losing a loved one is a beginning as well as an end as long as they live in your heart they will forever be alive thank you for giving me a new viewpoint on the greatest tragedy that any human can endure Harry
A precious title my friend. Thanks for sharing such a special part of your life. Please read my poem 'Is Not Perception Reality.'
heartfelt poem.........
A well-accepted fact of life - that in our memory, death has no hold. Excellent work of art!
Nicely penned. I'm really touch by your poem, memories doesn't fade it always stay in our heart forever.... thanks for sharing!


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