Praneetha Perera

(1957.11.24 / Moratuwa Sri Lanka)

Unpleasant Memories


Unpleasant memories are like a never ending wound
They hurt you to the hilt until the day you die
Even it says that time heals everything
They irritate your life always
Making you suffer

You always dream
what happened in the past
Even if you try to forget
They come up in your dreams
At times we wonder
why we saw this dream
in our sleep
To realize that we have
an indelible memory of our past.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 09, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, October 09, 2012
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