maria sudibyo

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Forget Me Not


We never learn to forget
It is a natural thing man can do
Memories will fade and leave a shadow
It don't pick favorite even to the precious one
We always put an effort in remembering
When we try to remember
It is like holding the edge of a cliff
We are afraid to fall
We are afraid to fail
We are afraid that someday
We are not gonna remember this again
But when we try hard to forget
We unconsciously force our brain to remember
So rather than sit down and keeping an old photo book
Don't be hesitant to make a new memory
Maybe it seems like we don't care and already forget
But actually we trigger the memory
In every step we take

Submitted: Saturday, January 04, 2014
Edited: Monday, January 06, 2014
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