24 comments on “False Memory

  1. I would be quite the saddest thing if one couldn’t take a nostalgic view – moreover and quite often there is more than just a grain of truth in such reflection. A poem of great eloquence; a little piece of history for someone to discover a 100 years hence. Superb.

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  2. Love this Paul. It makes me wonder…how much of my memories are really memories and how much of it is things I’ve heard from my older brothers and that form a “memory” in my mind. There are things that happened when I was very young that I couldn’t possibly remember, but I do. False memories perhaps?

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