Do not forget me darling,
I fear my masks are rooted now,
My memories are balding faster than my head,
But one hair I must keep,
I can’t forget you darling.
And yes, sometimes, I wish I could,
These elder rooms seem new,
They miss you.
A spider in his web upstairs lies dead,
I wonder if I knew him
Did we talk and shared our secrets?
Seems memories of mine
Are tangled in your web darling.
The visions of my past and future blur,
I cannot seek new things,
because they might as well be old to me,
I’m lost my darling.
Why do I call you that?
I am aware of phrases such as gem or love,
But there is snow around them,
None can bring the sun, like you do – darling.
Perhaps, it is a gift,
A life in present,
Without a past or future I live forever
And eternal is my love for you my darling.
Time passed, I can’t remember now
What I have wrote in the beginning,
Yet I believe I started with my wish:
Do not forget me darling.