I Am Still Here, poetry by Marie Johnson-Ladson at Spillwords.com
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I Am Still Here

I Am Still Here

written by: Marie Johnson-Ladson

 

When you remember my smile
When you remember my laughter
When you remember what I used to say
I Am Still Here

When you see me in your dreams
When you fix my favorite foods
When you hear music I used to play
I Am Still Here

When you remember the lessons we learned
When you remember the places we used to go
When you remember our visits
I Am Still Here

Things have changed and you may shed a tear
But when you celebrate my life
Remember the good times we shared
Remember how I felt about you
Remember my face and my name
Memories last forever
I Am Still Here.

Marie Johnson-Ladson

Marie Johnson-Ladson

Marie Johnson-Ladson is a writer of poetry, prose and short stories from New Jersey. She has a passion to find beauty, fiction and reality in the World we live in. She loves to do photography, listen to music and has been published in Ben Speaks, Friday Flash Fiction, The International Women’s Guild (IWWG) and Spillwords.
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