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[poetic memory] which gives our life its beauty

[poetic memory] which gives our life its beauty [poetic memory] which gives our life its beauty
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It seems that there is a very specific area in the brain which could be called poetic memory and which records what has charmed us, what has moved us, what gives our life its beauty.

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