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The Past, its now rarely being visited.
Just like old newspaper that
Nobody reads, except for a few words,
Whichever will catch one's attention.
Those few words have been important
Before...Now, they are meaningless
Words whose worth have been swallowed up
By the tremendous tidal waves of Time.
Oh, what great destruction that tsunami did
On the beach, called Past, where I used to live.
Everywhere, bits and scraps of memory lay scattered
There were paper roses, restaurant bills, liquor bottles, cheap lighters,
Cigarette butts, ...