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Your Memory is Fading

written by: Scott Kitchens

@Vulcanhasafade

 

Writing notes so I can remember

Like carving in stone with a hammer and chisel

Knowing the weight will be unbearable

And it will be gone till December
The fog is thick with smoke on the water

The room is moving aboard the SS Minnow

The gloom comes in like Craven

And the burden sings like Sinatra
One day it will end and the sun will rise on grass

Short term memory will be sorrow

But long will be forgotten

Your memory is fading, but it will pass

Scott Kitchens

Scott Kitchens

Scott Kitchens is Vice President of Drug and Health Services at ESS and Owner of Skit Services. He is an ambassador of TEDx Birmingham and founder of the podcast project “Vulcan has a Fade” which has interviews and discussions on the revitalization of Birmingham.

Scott calls Birmingham Alabama home but is originally from Jasper, Alabama. He loves coffee, soccer, tennis, travel, health education, and business concepts. You can also find Scott on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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