When I Am Gone

Remember me not for who I am... nor the monuments I have built... Remember me not for the people I have fed... nor the lost that I have found... remember me instead for the smile I placed upon your lips... and how you felt in that moment... and when I am gone... preparing a place for you... if you feel the need to honor me... do it not in some grand fashion for the weary masses... but instead... with all the love and passion in your heart... do as I have done... and placing that sweet curve of happiness upon your lips... experience again those moments... the heaven we created... with that smile


Inspired by Richard Walker's works for his Son and Family

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Imrogue
over 3 years

you are most welcome! thanks for sharing! :-)

Cory Garcia
over 3 years

Thank you sister poet :)

Imrogue
over 3 years

what a beautiful poem!

Cory Garcia
over 5 years

just seeing this now. Thank you :)

Alexis Faye
over 5 years

This is actually amazing to read. Its got such a sense of the person you are, and i loved that it was a happy death poem. People should grieve but live on for others.

Cory Garcia
over 5 years

Thank you!!! Nice smile :)

Dymond Bates
over 5 years

amazing

Cory Garcia
over 5 years

Thanks! Was reading Richards work and it was just there. Will probably work with it some more... not quite enough feeling words ;)

Amber M. Royse
over 5 years

Very Lovely! :)

Cory Garcia
over 5 years

You are an inspiration brother.

Thanks for what you do and how you do it!

Richard Walker
over 5 years

Thank you so much, I am really moved by your attention and by your words, they are appreciated more than you can know

Cory Garcia
over 5 years

:)

Frontier
over 5 years

Really cute and romantic :)

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