Memory Loss

Poem By Deepak Amembal

Trimmed thought
Looked past
The dead
Which killed
The little plant
To even out
A loving limp.

Comments about Memory Loss

You do indeed say it very well.
Excellent, Deepak. I enjoy your work. Chrissie

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