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Haunted
by Richard Randolph

Wise men advise us to not look back, and that makes sense,
because whether our memories are happy or sad,
they cannot be changed or undone.
But the past is always there
whether we acknowledge it or not,
ready to haunt us at the mention of a name,
or in the wee hours of the night
when darkness makes time disappear
and the past reawakens in our minds.


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Memories Fade
by Richard Randolph

Memories fade,
like paintings on a wall,
the images still exist
but the luster not at all.

I try to recall an old song,
but the words are now unclear.
The melody I once loved,
I can no longer hear.


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It used to be
by Ravi Hultin

Can't imagine a world without you
But losing memory of the one with

Know that I need you
But can't remember why

A page in our history
Or for always a memory

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Regret Square
by Zach Ascot

Dark skies provide tonight’s slumber,
As your body rests,
Your mind turns over,
Meeting with those long forgotten and suppressed.
Welcome to where your regrets live,
It’s always raining here.
A dark-haired angel,
In a white lace dress,
Stands to face you.


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Memories Fade
by Richard Randolph

Memories fade,
like paintings on a wall,
the images still exist
but the luster not at all.

I try to recall an old song,
but the words are now unclear.
The melody I once loved,
I can no longer hear.


......

Continue reading
Haunted
by Richard Randolph

Wise men advise us to not look back, and that makes sense,
because whether our memories are happy or sad,
they cannot be changed or undone.
But the past is always there
whether we acknowledge it or not,
ready to haunt us at the mention of a name,
or in the wee hours of the night
when darkness makes time disappear
and the past reawakens in our minds.


......

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It used to be
by Ravi Hultin

Can't imagine a world without you
But losing memory of the one with

Know that I need you
But can't remember why

A page in our history
Or for always a memory

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Regret Square
by Zach Ascot

Dark skies provide tonight’s slumber,
As your body rests,
Your mind turns over,
Meeting with those long forgotten and suppressed.
Welcome to where your regrets live,
It’s always raining here.
A dark-haired angel,
In a white lace dress,
Stands to face you.


......

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