29 responses to “Nostalgia

  1. This was dope. Memories and deja vu; are definitely like intricate webs. One smell, touch, taste or dream; can trigger an avalanche of memories and emotions. The picture complimented the poem too.

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  2. I don’t know about nostalgia. I keep going because needs be. On the other hand, if I always do what I always did, I will get what I always got. A friend doesn’t agree. She’s in her 40’s, has not worked for a very, very long time, she still lives at home and relies on her 80’s father to support her and her partner. They are English. Well, we all different. I cannot lead that kind of life. I have had many challenges but I am also grateful, humbled and I feel very privileged for the help, support and generousity from complete strangers.

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  4. That’s a very lovely poem. I do sometimes revisit the wishes I once had. (In fact I wrote a post about it once.) I was surprised how childish so many of my wishes were. I shouldn’t have been, of course. I mean, I was a child at the time I wished them. 😀


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