Memories I've Forgotten

Poem By Phathiphan Mancuso

Caught inside the walls of my crumbling mind
The memory I forgot still lay forgotten
The thoughts of the past were my fragile harness
Inside the walls I call home I lay forgotten
Here I forget, here I digest and here I forget
Outside the walls which call home I stand forgotten
Amidst the rustling people of this land I stay forgotten
Inside my mind those memory lay forgotten
My identity too
forgotten

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