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Fearful of the Past
by Taj R Coleman

Friday, August 30, 2002

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Fearful of the past and afraid to reconnect,
All our insights find those that we can blame.

All our memories remain the same.
How to recollect our experiences and gain a blanket of soulless seriousness.
A file filled full with favorable findings.
A memory left upswept.
All our memories remain the same.
The days of past ache for release, pounding on the collective conscious. Trying to find peace.
They birth themselves, with no regrets and no regards.

Who cares Anyways we might as well forget.


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