Tag Archives: memory

Clearing Vision

I walked along a busy street alone. No one I met felt my needs. My heart was trapped by a remote memory. I longed for a return to my home. I could not imagine how to escape. I had no … Continue reading

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Narrow Vision

Darkness seeped all around. Silent star-like flashes proved the walls were standing. Much changed in the short evening. Tomorrow I’ll be traveling through town as the rain falls. Just like any other day, duty pulls me by my core. A … Continue reading

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A Distant Strength

The distant mountain has a silent strength. The beckoning heights fill my imagination. I wish I could visit its slopes soon. I have gone away to travel the world. Other mountains fill my memory. Their shapes vary; their colors change. … Continue reading

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The Monument

Fifty years ago, I saw a stately monument. Worn engravings and water’s toll were signs of its ancient origin. Today those days have been forgotten. In its place is a children’s playground The sculptor’s sweat and his bold inspiration are … Continue reading

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Flowers

The sun rose high. The flowers grew tall. Today I see their beauty. My gaze moves out. I see amazing colors on the hill I feel joy today. I know the days will change. This memory is stronger than time. … Continue reading

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Near Again

How will I see another bird fly? Their colorful feathers are gone. A mournful call is etched in my memory. How will I see another fish swim? Their sparkling fins have vanished. I see a distant splash and the ripples … Continue reading

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A Lost Valley

I used to go through the valley. I would pass apple groves and pastures. The fragrant mornings were full of peace. The clouds were noble and proud. Their raindrops fell and disappeared. An ancient road followed the river. Now the … Continue reading

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