Legend of the River of Memories

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19 Responses

  1. Claire says:

    Placing a story to express a thought or concept is something rarely done… good job, vince!

    I agree with what you wrote. It is through memories that I am able to examine my life and say I had a fruitful one. =)

  2. brian m. says:

    wow..just like how paulo coelho tell his stories sir..nice one..so enlightening man!aprub..:)

  3. Mikee says:

    awesome sir veebee, i like! 🙂

  4. Gercie says:

    Nice 🙂 Great job!

  5. stix says:

    Nice!! like! 🙂

  6. amaranth says:

    What I find so beautiful about the story is that it made me realize that I’d rather live in the” not so distant past wherein memories didn’t exist”. What’s the point of remembering everything when most of it was just a result of pain and suffering? The very reason why people get by is because they tend to have purposive suppression of anger, disgust, and pain about their predicament. What the heck am I saying, sorry about my rantings in your blog lol. But I really enjoyed reading your story, maybe I just took it seriously that I might have difficulty getting some sleep tonight. Damn you memory for making my night full of tosses and turns! lol

    • VeeBee says:

      Why thank you for your insightful whatnot. I am very much pleased to have added to your nightly worries. Might I ask who are you and how have you heard of this blog?

      *that was sarcastic =) thank you for visiting really

  7. Zyra Bambico says:

    “…blessed are those who remember: for they give life worth and meaning…”

    this one’s already part of memory — expressed with a great writing ♥

  8. Maiah Lalwani says:

    awesome!

  9. JChris says:

    Memories are bitter-sweet..Some are loved and treasured – “worth reminiscing”;some are better left hidden inside your head buried & forgotten.. Be it pain,anger,grief,etc.. Either way it only teaches us to accept things as they are..as they happen.. and there are reasons for them..

  10. Kris Angela says:

    Everything in this blog is right

    “Memories of Oblivion”

    Q1: Paano mo naisip ang Konsepto ng storyang ito, Vinz?

  11. nikkabasco says:

    CHECK! =)

    “When mankind started taking memories for granted, they gradually had shorter lifespans… Maybe to make them realize how much each one was meant to be preciously treasured…”

    nice one, vince! =)

  12. ave says:

    nice 🙂

    It is said, blessed are the forgetful: for they get the better even of their blunders. But I also think blessed are those who remember: for they give life worth and meaning, to press on forward and make the next ones more meaningful.

  13. Lester Bambico says:

    Might want to add a index.php on your site root 😛

  14. Gwen says:

    As per request, LOL, Imma write in here. 🙂 The plot’s short, simple yet sweet. Love the last part. Sana nga pwedeng magkaroon ng selective na pagpili ng mga memories.

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