1921: Timeless Poetry

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FORGET IT

Forget the slander you have heard.
Forget the hasty unkind word;
Forget the quarrel and the cause,
Forget the whole affair, because
Forgetting is the only way.
Forget the trials you have had,
Forget the weather if it’s bad,
Forget the knocker, he’s a freak,
Forget him seven days a week, because
Forgetting is the only way.
Forget the dame who wrote this poem
Forget that she in social bliss
Forgot herself when she wrote this.
Forget to ever get the blues
But don’t forget to pay your dues.

The Union Telephone Operator Official Journal Vol. 1, No. 3 (March, 1921)

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