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1/11/2010 c1 3Rhie
12/3/2009 c1 2AnvilHands
Exactly. When you stop to think about it, our existence is pointless. There's no 'meaning' apart from what we make for ourselves. This is the harsh truth of life - so people are probably better off not knowing it. Because once you do, everything begins to look and sound false and artificial, and there's nothing solid which you can live your life by.

In my experience, anyway :/

10/17/2009 c1 172NoRoadsLeft
I think this is a thing that frightens most of us, including me. This captured the feeling beautifully.
4/28/2009 c1 15Greenery
Deep, and sad. I like it.
10/31/2008 c1 Lewyllie

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2/20/2008 c1 5shadowoflight22
Dang..tht was awesome! I really liked the way you were able to use the majority of the senses. The ones we know how we are living and yet the entire thing is questioning if we even exist...nice juxtoposition. Awesome poem
2/4/2008 c1 6concerto49
In the end it's just a point and perspective thing. It's what you want to do and what you'd like to be. Everyone has their won path and what they want to live for and be remembered for. Cool, cheers.
1/29/2008 c1 MoonfireSpam23
If a tree falls in a forest, and no one was around to hear it, does it make a sound? That's what this reminds me of/

Dang, that was awesome! I've actually thought once about whether or not anyone will remember me when I die. It's stupid, really. Celebrities die and people will think about it for the rest of forever, yet no one will remember the little boy who died of cancer. .

I saw no errors in this. Great job!
1/22/2008 c1 13Alaizabel Davis
wow. this is haunting. and very true. i've thought about this before and it's sort of disturbing to think how you forget things so quickly even though they were a part of your life, and how you won't even matter anymore once you're gone and everyone you knew is gone.

but anyway... nice. i like the repetition. it gives the poem a nice rhythm. definitely a favorite. :)
1/20/2008 c1 1TheCastle'sFarWall
wow... That's all I can really say.

And that question spins through my mind (warped and all) as well.

All of us strive to be remembered, and all of us are, in our own special way. Maybe not remembered by name, but what is a name, in the grand scheme of things. I guess your just remembered for what you do, and what becomes of that. What matters is you live every day to the fullest, no matter what.

Great job for writing this Thx. Those of us who read it Will remember. It's not something that can be easily forgotten...
12/21/2007 c1 lymli
oh, that's true, it's a heartfelt piece, I mean, I understand the meaning of this.

good poem.
12/21/2007 c1 13herpius derpius7
I really like this, and the question it poses-a question I'm constantly asking myself: "Who will remember me?"

I like how you ask, "If you don't, who will?" When I read that it almost seemed like a challenge: "I dare you to remember me."

I also really liked, "Someone died, once. / I never knew them." It's so blunt, so honest, yet at the same time it's a perplexing statement, in a way.

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