Caught In The Moment, Lost In The Headlights - Poem by Dan Brown
Memories scream at me, talking in
an emotional tongue.
Good memories; bad memories… Which is what?
Some memories are great, but
want to remember them.
It reminds me that
have them anymore.
How does that happen?
The intensity, the feeling and the emotion.
Of that situation.
I have to let it go?
File it in my vast memory bank?
I got lost in the moment, caught in the headlights;
as I savoured, then lost, such incredible sights.
I’m reliving my memories, and the lights are too bright;
I’m caught in the moment, lost in the headlights.
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