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|Issue Date:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||TRIGGER MEMORY Untouched by the wind. It is the warmth of the sun. Laughing children play in the park. It is a dying red hibiscus. The smell of freshly cut grass. It is the flap of helicopter blades. A ripe ripe mango. A sweet sweet pawpaw. I carry it every day. In a book, A letter, A poem, A picture, A song, Unpacking my suitcase, Looking out at the ocean Beyond the slave castle, No warning There's a trigger And my memory is alive.|
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