Mehdi Chith

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Bittersweet memories


Bittersweet memories, a crude reminder of what once was, to love was to rise, and to be loved was the cause, of such an experience our minds found it hard to comprehend, yet our heart, the casualty, far beyond mend. We find ourselves recollecting the past of misfortune, every waking hour a reminder of how we fell from light, to see their faces when we tire, and to sleep painfully at night. This pain is now beyond our rational, beyond the capabilities of any word, for a wordsmith cannot create love... so I've heard. So let us remember our similarities and to acknowledge our disparities, to remember our liberties and to fall to our inefficiencies, yet render us to the hostilities and to allow us the pleasantries of our bittersweet memories.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, January 15, 2013

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