William Carlos Williams’s “The Descent” is a poem worth remembering. Below is an excerpt:
Memory is a kind
a sort of renewal
an initiation, since the spaces it opens are new places
inhabited by hordes
of new kinds—
since their movements
are toward new objectives
(even though formerly they were abandoned).
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|Passaic Falls that fed the industries of Paterson, NJ|