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Forgotten Sticky Notes

Memories are not forgotten. They just missed the opportunity to be remembered.

By Mika OkaPublished 3 months ago 1 min read
Forgotten Sticky Notes
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Memories are just like the neglected stacks of sticky notes. Memories are not forgotten. They just missed the opportunity to be remembered.

like sticky notes, memories stick, never to fade

each fragment adhere to the unseen walls of time experiences and memories steadily accumulating every memory a layer of story waiting to be told

like sticky notes, memories stick, never to fade

when you stack sticky notes on top of each other pilling memories past imprints never dissipate accumulating stories as time goes by

like sticky notes, memories stick, never to fade

spectrum of life laughter and tears triumphs and challenges though some notes maybe hidden from constant view but they are always within you

©Emika Oka

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Previously published on From The Corner of My Mind

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Mika Oka

Sharing her unique perspective on the world as a hearing-impaired autistic person with bipolar disorder despite the challenges.

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Comments (4)

  • Dharrsheena Raja Segarran3 months ago

    Yes so true, they are always there at the back of the mind. Loved your poem!

  • Ameer Bibi3 months ago

    Memories are never forgettable they are just fade away under the new one

  • Esala Gunathilake3 months ago

    Well done and thank you for sharing.

  • Joe Patterson3 months ago

    Very well written. I look forward to reading more from you.

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