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Take The Memories With You
WAD (April 2,1982 / Riyadh K.S.A)

Take The Memories With You

Should you leave,
Take the memories with you,
For they will haunt me
Till my dying day.

Should you leave,
Take the nights of passion and love,
For they will ruin
Every woman after you.

Should you leave,
Take the days of joyous laughter,
For they will sadden me
Beyond imagination.

Should you leave,
Take the kisses and the soft caresses,
For there will be no more of that,
None would ever match yours.

Should you leave,
Take the words and sweet nothings,
For they will only fool me,
into false hope for your return.

Should you leave,
Take the music of our dance,
For they will tear at my soul
And drive me insane.

Should you leave,
Take the warmth of your embrace,
For they will drain me
And turn my flesh cold.

Should you leave,
Take the memories with you,
For no one could ever compare.
For no one could ever compare.

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Comments (2)

Well, there's that talent thing rearing it's head again. You got it, babe. Excellent, Herbert's right,10+.
I take it that she -after reading this poem- did stay. She sounds lovely, don't know about you with your pout tthat had to be kissed away first. Didn't you look at something of her, then why the pout? Hard to get? Conservative? Even if she did, for the sake of argument, NOT shave her legs, this would not be enough reason for you to pout. Tell her, if she brings it up (which she will when you least expect it) that you were getting ready, just in case she wanted to kiss, but don't say so timidly! H P.S.: Love the poem. If she inspires you you've got it made.