Lisa Ferrel

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Lisa Ferrel

Sitting in the classroom staring at the board,
Times tables were just a mystery to me.
The teacher was my worst enemy.
She said, “keep repeating them and you’ll see.”

You might not miss me, but you’ll remember.

After years of fighting, we finally gave up.
We found out that love just wasn’t enough.
As my wife left the courtroom, she said,
“I’m sorry that our marriage was so rough.”

You might not miss me, but you’ll remember.

Dad and I struggled for most of my life
To find some common ground to get along.
Just when it seemed we figured it out,
He suddenly took ill and then was gone.

You might not miss me, but you’ll remember.
You’ll remember all the joy and all the pain.
You’ll remember the lessons that I taught you.
You’ll remember me, and you’ll smile again.

You Might Not Miss Me, But You'll Remember


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Sitting in the classroom staring at the board,
Times tables were just a mystery to me.
The teacher was my worst enemy.
She said, “keep repeating them and you’ll see.”

You might not miss me, but you’ll remember.

After years of fighting, we finally gave up.
We found out that love just wasn’t enough.
As my wife left the courtroom, she said,
“I’m sorry that our marriage was so rough.”

You might not miss me, but you’ll remember.

Dad and I struggled for most of my life
To find some common ground to get along.
Just when it seemed we figured it out,
He suddenly took ill and then was gone.

You might not miss me, but you’ll remember.
You’ll remember all the joy and all the pain.
You’ll remember the lessons that I taught you.
You’ll remember me, and you’ll smile again.

You Might Not Miss Me, But You'll Remember

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Sitting in the classroom staring at the board,
Times tables were just a mystery to me.
The teacher was my worst enemy.
She said, “keep repeating them and you’ll see.”

You might not miss me, but you’ll remember.

After years of fighting, we finally gave up.
We found out that love just wasn’t enough.
As my wife left the courtroom, she said,
“I’m sorry that our marriage was so rough.”

You might not miss me, but you’ll remember.

Dad and I struggled for most of my life
To find some common ground to get along.
Just when it seemed we figured it out,
He suddenly took ill and then was gone.

You might not miss me, but you’ll remember.
You’ll remember all the joy and all the pain.
You’ll remember the lessons that I taught you.
You’ll remember me, and you’ll smile again.

You Might Not Miss Me, But You'll Remember


About Me

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Native Texan who loves to travel

CV/History

I write poetry books and crochet books

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