Seeing You Again

By Kelly Elizabeth Miller

I haven't seen you in a long time, the years
have passed and you have been on my
mind. But, when I saw you the other day
in the store, I started remembering the
times before.

Oh, I remember the times we had,
some of them good and some of them sad.
And we promised that through thick or thin
we'd always be friends.

Well, I asked you how you have been
and you said "nothing new, how about you?"
And I looked at you and a tear came
to my eyes and I almost started to cry.

It felt so good to see you again,
but now I really must go my friend.
It's going to hurt me, to let you go,
but I want you to know that in
my memories, you will never leave me.

June 28, 1982

Converted to HTML by Renette Davis with permission from the author's mother, Jean Miller. Kelly was diagnosed with Huntington's Disease at age 16.

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Last updated: Dec. 5, 2010