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You Were So Tall, I Was So Small
by Meredith Dixon
Saturday, May 06, 2006
Rated "G" by the Author.
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My memory
is haunting me
though it is so sweet.

I see it now
in a kitchen somehow
in a soft glow of yellow
and you so tall
and me so small.

I stood on your shoes
and you danced back and forth
I remember still.

Who you were
I do not know
I see no face
I was so small.

Looking up to you
I see no face
but feel your warmth
for one so small.

There is no one alive to tell
of our sweet interlude
You and me
You so tall
I was so small.

Dancing back and forth
on your black shoes
you were so kind
do you mind
if I remember you
and wonder who?

Were you my Father
or a Friend?
There is no end
to this memory of you.

Thank you for being so kind
to this small child.
Maybe I begged, maybe I cried
but this I know
you were there
holding me gently
as I stood on your shoes
and laughed and giggled.

My Mother laughed
and so did you
I was so very happy
with both of you.

With no complaint
you took us on a sweet dance
Is there a chance
I could ever thank you?



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Reviewed by Felix Perry 5/6/2006
Sometimes those wonderful nostalic memories that glance back into our past are so special because we don't remember the details. this I believe is a perfect example of that.

Felix
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 5/6/2006
This is a beautiful way of saying thank you, Meredith. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Peter Paton 5/6/2006
Meridith
You have just did it now !
Your fluent and memorable words say it all !
Peter
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