The Hawk Gillis
Forgotten Memories - Poem by The Hawk Gillis
Is it wise to forget what is to be remember?
I believe not,
For memories contribute to who we are
Yet men often forget,
To remember the memories that hold them together.
No man can say he has all his memories,
But very few men can say that they try to remember them all.
What is our past our present or future,
If we forget what makes us what we are.
The memories of the past,
Lead to memories to be had.
Why are some of our greatest treasures,
The ones we waste away.
Why we let our memories slip away,
Is unknown to me.
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