|The Beach holds Your Memories
Author: Ruby Kart PM
How the sights and sounds of the beach brought his memory backRated: Fiction K - English - Poetry - Words: 370 - Reviews: 5 - Favs: 5 - Published: 10-23-09 - Status: Complete - id: 2733955
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The Beach Holds Your Memories
Walking along the beach was a pleasant experience.
The seagulls were flying overhead,
And even dolphins swam at a distance offshore.
But the sounds and sights brought all the memories of you back to me.
The long walk on the beach reminded me of our endless talks
About our families, our futures, and the things kept as our most precious secrets.
The ocean so blue reminded me of your eyes
When I knew you were looking back at me.
The wind blowing the sand reminded me
Of the way the wind blew your hair
And how adorable it made your face look.
The reflection of the sun on the water brought the memory of your smile back
And how it would brighten the spirits of my soul even on the darkest days.
The thundering waves reminded me of our song,
And how you told me "You'll always be my thunder."
I remember listening to those words over and over
Smiling, knowing you were thinking of me.
Now, those words bring tears while I know you are gone.
The broken shells along the shore are pictures of my heart the day you moved on.
The pain on my feet as I walk over the shells
Reminds me of the pain I felt when we were no more.
The salty spray on my face is salty like the tears
I shed at the thought of how we used to be.
The couple walking by hand-in-hand reminded me that you've found another to love and think about.
Leaving the beach with all its beauty reminds me of us parting ways.
I suppose it was for the best.
It was mutual.
We both agreed we'd be better off apart.
I didn't want to let you go, but I knew it was what you wanted.
Looking back at the beach still reminds me of you.
I know you're happy now, I guess I should be too.
I just wish you could have been happy with me.
If you have an idea for a better title, please let me know. Also, I don't own Thunder, by Boys like Girls. Thanks for your review :)