Some people forget, he thought. A bad thing happens to them and their mind sweeps in and buries the bad thing deep, and all that’s left is a stretch of white in their heads, like fresh snow. Looking at it—at them—you wouldn’t even know anything was trapped beneath.
Some people forget, but David remembered everything. –Warm Up by V.E. Schwab

Fiction Writing Prompt: Write a story about someone who can’t forget anything.

Journaling Prompt: Write about something you wish you could forget.

Art Prompt: Try to Forget

Non-Fiction / Speechwriting Prompt: Tell your audience about how they can cope with painful memories.

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