I Remember You

Poem By Mal Foster

With you
somewhere
deep
in a memory
almost lost
in the annals of time
your face
young
and fresh
inquisitive.
Your long dark hair
the Gauloise cigarette
the whole French thing
tossed
to some lost corner of the mind.
I remember you now
after all these years
I remember you
racing down the marbled steps
like a free spirit
sent down
from Sacré-Coeur.

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