Remembering The Boy

I could not put myself togeth­er to clean up the bulk of things that I kept in the store.

It was the mem­o­ries; mem­o­ries of you in my heart for that short peri­od of time that we were togeth­er.

Remem­ber the time when I went over to your place, and then we start­ed send­ing text mes­sages to each oth­er express­ing our inter­est? Remem­ber the time when you sneak out from school to come see me because you said you miss see­ing me?


It was nev­er easy let­ting you go; I have learn that some­times it is always best to let things go in order for us to con­tin­ue mov­ing for­ward.

Look­ing back at the things that was in the store made me think­ing. What was it that made us togeth­er despite our dif­fer­ences.

I can’t find a rea­son.

It’s time now, to let it all go.

Maybe you still have a small spot in my heart, but for now, I think I still have space to store things up under my bed.

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3 Responses to Remembering The Boy

  1. Qboy August 22, 2010 at 7:38 pm #

    Let­ting go is nev­er easy, espe­cial­ly after all you’ve expe­ri­enced to bring things up to this lev­el. But when you final­ly com­plete it, you’ll feel this tiny twinge of hap­pi­ness.

    Good luck Ced, just allow it to be fad­ed by time. You’ll be fine, i’m sure of it..

  2. JC August 30, 2010 at 7:33 pm #

    Cedric,

    Don’t know if you know Chi­nese, but try lis­ten­ing to Mar­vis Hee’s 城里的月光. The lyrics talk about what you are feel­ing right now .…. it hits the right spots for me.

    Some­times, I wish we are not so melodramatic/emotional what­ev­er you want to call it. Yeah, let’s move on !!

    JC

  3. Leon Koh September 3, 2010 at 7:02 pm #

    let’s look for­ward instead 🙂

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