by james armstrong
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It is often said that history never forgets. That is not always the case. In fact sometimes history does forget because it is afraid of the events themselves that has happened. Maybe history doesn’t want to remember. Maybe it tries to forget but can’t. Or maybe some stories are better left untold. I am reminded of a line form the poem the raven. “There it is the raven peached pone the door frame knock knock quote the raven nevermore.” Those lines form that poem are remind me of yet another quote. “Time itself doesn’t remember what isn’t important but does remember what is says I father time the barer of history the gate way to all things.” One such event is part of my family history. I know it is a story that history does not wish to recall. But it’s a story that serves as a lesson to those who don’t learn from history itself. It also reminds me of another line I read ounce. “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” Here is also yet..

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Created on: Jul-05-2015   Last updated:  Jul-06-2015
Format: 5.5"x8.5" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - B&W - Trade Book
Theme: Teen    Privacy: Everyone
Preview Limit: 48 Pages
action    horror    magic    romance    teen   
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max fire
Joined: Jul-05-2015

fun fact the main character was based off my ex girlfriend

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