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To Carole who inspired           

I remembered her only yesterday
Long and blonde and oh so slim
Like a whippet bred for racing
Lines and shape so clean and trim
Until she showed me
I never knew
One eye was grey
The other blue
For maybe a year I knew her
In an early part of my existing
I can't for sure recall her name
Part of the memory is missing
And that long slim shape
All but gone with out trace
I remember she was pretty
I used to gaze so at her face
When I thought
She wouldn't see
And I ‘m sure
She's no memory of me
But I remembered her just yesterday
After all of those years
No idea why she suddenly
In my mind just re-appears
The girl with odd but beautiful eyes
Pretty much says it all
Almost faceless and formless
No matter how much I try to recall

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