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Time Heals Nothing
by Bhuwan Thapaliya
Wednesday, August 13, 2003

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Time heals nothing
It just formats our brain
And makes it empty again
Deleting the history files
Stored in the memories
Of this disc called mind

Copyright 2003 Bhuwan Thapaliya

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Reviewed by Richard Vallance (Reader) 10/10/2003
Oh, this is wonderful!

Buwan, please submit this to me for the next issue of Canadian Zen Haiku, Winter, 2004.



Reviewed by serenety L 8/14/2003
Beautiful and wise words.
But sometimes time does heal...or at least we have the impression because we suddenly manage to go on with our lifes.
Reviewed by Marlene Dawn 8/13/2003
I like the way you think. Great write!

Reviewed by Jenni Kalicharan 8/13/2003
So true, my friend.. so true.
Reviewed by Tony Nerone 8/13/2003
Nicely done.

Reviewed by Esra Karatash Alpay 8/13/2003
Reviewed by Digital Fairy 8/13/2003
Simple yet intensely profound.. Good wisdom here..

Reviewed by Trixie Love 8/13/2003
Hi Bhuwan,
Short and powerful...
Much said here...

Your friend
Trixie :)
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip 8/13/2003
Excellent, Bhuwan. I've heard that a live brain never forgets, it's just the recall mechanism that goes haywire.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 8/13/2003
You always get to the nitty gritty
Bhuwan!;-)Time is a continuum which no one understands properly, but it does not have the ability to do anything, people just make up these sayings, and they are passed down through genreations. Just like some fairy tales that are very wrong and can be harmful if thought of that way.You make people rethink what they say, which is good!
Reviewed by Jaclynn Huntington 8/13/2003
Well put! I have always considered my brain an older model that can only hold so much... having to delete information once in awhile to make room for more. At least that's the excuse I give for my senility.
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 8/13/2003
makes one think...
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 8/13/2003
Most excellent write Bhuwan!!

Suberbly done!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Floreann Cawley 8/13/2003
a brilliant outstanding write..Floreann *****
Reviewed by Tami Ryan 8/13/2003
A thought-provoking write, Bhuwan. Thanks.

footnote: If we "erase", what will we have learned? (Soak up that rain!)
Reviewed by Hiren Shah 8/13/2003
Time heals many things. As for the erasing part, I really wish that could happen. It would be a boon to a lot of people.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 8/13/2003
Now this is profound and I'm inclined to agree with you Bhuwan.
Reviewed by Dens Dreamweaver (Reader) 8/13/2003
What an excellent reflection Bhuwan.
Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper 8/13/2003
Sometimes I wonder about time also. I try to keep everything in perspective though. Your poem reminds me of one of my aunts. She worked hard all her life and achieved, saved her money and the whole nine yards. Then life struck her down. Her money is being enjoyed by someone else now. And her home is also. I think before I let someone take me out of my home at old age when I can no longer take care of myself. As long as I got a finger working. I might burn it. Lets see now, we work hard to better ourselves and in the end we still fall. The perspective here is, we whould appreciate every good second of life and spend our time wisely until that final day. G
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 8/13/2003
Time and the computer. Interesting combination. Great write.
Reviewed by Gaye Dale (Reader) 8/13/2003
Bhuwan, so right! Time doesn't do it - it's what WE do with the time... If we do NOTHING, then, yes, you get the format effect but if we persevere in sorting the issues as they come to light, and continue doing so until they cease to present themselves, then I guess it's more like a "de-fragging" clean up of our souls!
Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader) 8/13/2003

Great comparison....I agree with Paul... WHAT a concept!

Reviewed by Paul Berube 8/13/2003
Bhuwan, very well done. Time is just like a record with a skip in it.
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