Forgetfullness by Billy Collins
Really appreciate you sharing this blog post.Thanks Again.
Awesome animation to watch while listening to poem. Sound quality of Billy Collins recitation also very ‘up close’ like he’s almost in your face or something (in a good way). Impressive poem too! How much of ourselves can we actually call ‘ourselves’? And how much of ourselves do we lose due to this overwhelming existence which seems to push all the beautiful stuff aside making room for whatnot and whatsuch–or are we just becoming old? Is that what it means to become old–to lose memories and to transform into something unreckonizable from our youth? hmm.
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