So Many Ghosts - Poem by David Harris
Behind us are so many ghosts
of past lives we have lived
and each could generate a little
knowledge into our lives today
if we could only gather what they knew
and use it constructively
we may find the paradise
that we’ve all dreamed about.
There are some that say our ancestors
knew more than what we do today,
but that is impossible to say.
If we could learn
from the mistakes of others
maybe some lives wouldn’t be
so messed up the way they are.
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