Treasure Island

richard belis


History


History is a pasted on past of events,
History is the worlds news all in one,
History is the most important subject,
History shows the harmful people,
History shows the helpful people,
History will always be history,
History will always be in our hands,
History will be given to others,
History will one day end with the ends of life,
History will always be with us for as long as we live,
But history will end in my mind.

Submitted: Friday, June 19, 2009

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  • Hope Anonymous (5/28/2010 4:01:00 PM)

    History is my favorite subject so your poem reflects some of the reasons on why I love it but why do you say 'history will end in my mind'? What does that mean? (Report) Reply

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