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You Can't Forget The Past
(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

You Can't Forget The Past

Poem By Lawrence S. Pertillar

I wont be the one,
Getting less sleep.
Because you want that done,
To have you worry me.

And I wont be the one,
To be pacing a floor...
Left dirty by your thrown trash,
To do it like before.

The past.
You can't forget the past.
To throw it in my face,
As if the past should last.

The past.
You can't forget the past.
To throw it in my face,
As if the past should last.

I wont be the one,
Listening to alibis.
To hear to think you're making changes,
I criticize.

The past.
You can't forget the past.
To throw it in my face,
As if the past should last.

The past.
You can't forget the past.
To throw it in my face,
As if the past should last.
I wont do this again.
Like you depend upon the past.
You can't forget the past.
To throw it in my face,
As if the past should last.
I wont do this again.
Or have you do it just for laughs.

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