I Will Forget Your Name

When the light fades from your face 

And the moon refuses to shine 

Will you accept your demise

I will say it softly 

As if it were a kiss by a fairy

I will forget your name 

Little pieces of who you were 

Will release you from this world

I will say it fiercely 

Taking in a breath of fresh air

I will forget you name

Like fragments of a memory 

Gone when the light gets low

Turn a tell me a tale

Of a man who forgot his name 

And when the end came

He was more shell than man

More of a memory than skin and bones

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