The Great Forgetting - Poem by Patti Masterman
I would like to give some soul
To those things that only sleep,
So that being has no hole,
And the world is much more deep.
I would like to give some memory
To that great forgetting, Time;
So that from the sum's ephemera,
Everything is known by mind.
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