Forget

Forget everything you thought you knew

who you were

what you wanted

I am here now and it’s all over.

Posted by permission. Image by Tim Noonan

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About the Lead Author

Daniel Hughes
Daniel Hughes
Daniel Hughes is an aspiring poet who read three of his poems to open and close John and Peter’s recent Conversation with David Korten: A Future That Works for All.

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