written by: Antony King
I remember you on days like these
And how you loved the rain.
So often you stayed quiet
But you smiled just the same.
I know that you had reasons
To keep your thoughts on hold
For this life you have been living
Would shortly be on hold.
So many times we’d share a smile
And a hug when times were dear
As I knew that there would come a day
I would face that final fear.
So I remember you on days like these
And how you loved the rain…
I know that you are smiling…
But no longer feel the pain.
Antony King is a writer/ poet from Eastern Kentucky. Antony spent his formal years in Cleveland Ohio where he underwent private instruction in The Arts, Music, and Literature. His love of the classics guided him to poetry and fueled his passion for writing. After art school, Antony spent 23 years in the world of advertising, and design. He began honing his skills both as a writer, and an artist. He has been fortunate to have his works published in several journals, and contributes to his local, as well as online poetry groups.
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