Lost Memory - Poem by Amanda Eckols
I cannot recall just what got me started
A big black hole sucked the memory out
Im not ungrateful for it, for why did I start
Did I just randomly decide to upset the world
Or was the plot more sinister than a little girl could take
So I threw away the memory to help her through the night
As evil sits at the end of my bed and repetitively ask her why
Was it for the glory she did not want it, Did I?
Was it to spite the world, she did not desire to, did I?
Possibly it was for no reason as little girls tend to think
That it was God’s will and hand from up above
That moved me so to fight the world and stand her ground
That little girl inside of me The big girl takes her hand
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