Drabble: To Remember the Person He Used to Be

Genre: angst, fantasy


He forgot a little more every day.

It was the price he agreed to pay, but the thought of losing all the memories that made him him scared him more than he thought it would.

He kept a journal. Something to record his precious memories. The experiences that shaped him and the people who had changed him for better or worse.

He recorded all that and more. Even when he couldn’t remember the events recorded in his older entries, he still filled new pages.

At least this way, he could read the words and pretend he still remembered the person he used to be.


Posted on March 14, 2017, in Short Stories and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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