To Those That Are Forgotten


United States

Dear Forgotten Ones,


In the beginning, 

I took you for granted. 

In the beginning, 

I hid you on a shelf. 

You collected dust

In the back of my mind 

For many a year.

Until, one day, I found you again.

You were being used 

as a cornerstone for cobwebs.

I picked you up,

Blew off the dust,

And swept off the cobwebs.

I put pencil to paper,

Put fingers to keys,

And finally, 

After all those years,

Admired your beauty.




The One That Remembered


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