Memory Deprivation

Rating: 3.8
The question is:
"Are people still collecting
memories, these days? "

'This isolation
isn't bothering me much."
I say, if I'm asked.

But I'm not sure that's
true. After hundreds of nights
of dull solitude.

I think each night might
carry a value - of dear,
and unmeasured loss.

Loss of memories
- because they never happened.
How have we all changed?
Friday, January 15, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: teen,boredom,isolation,virus
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COMMENTS
Khairul Ahsan 16 January 2021
'I think each night might carry a value - of dear, and unmeasured loss.' - Liked this stanza.
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Robert Murray Smith 16 January 2021
Your insights remind of that woman approaching 60, who uses many pseudonyms on this site.
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anais vionet 16 January 2021
Wow! Really? What's one of her names? Unfortunately, I'm not a spy poet.
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Sylvia Frances Chan 16 January 2021
I am still collecting, dear Anais! 5 Stars for this amazing poem. To my Fvourites
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Michael Burch 15 January 2021
Very nice, I gave it a five!
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anais vionet 16 January 2021
Thank you Michael =]
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