Have you ever noticed the little things? When she smiles, do you see the twinkle in her eyes?
When she cries, how is she holding herself?
When you put in her favorite movie, does she sing every song?
Have you noticed the little things? Things that may seem insignificant to you?
Remember the dimples in her cheeks,
The way her tears fall,
Remember the warmth of her touch.
What happens when it’s all gone, and you’re alone?
Can you remember her breathing, her soft exhales?
What about how her hair always fell over her eyes.
You remember how you hated that.
Your mind twists, body shifts.
Soon you’ve forgotten her giggles, the way her voice danced in your ears.
You cry as you reach for her, forgetting her scent.
It seems like a wild nightmare, until you wake up.
That’s the one thing you did remember.
How her face looked the day she said