Tuesday, 22 May 2012



1. to obliterate or rub out (something written, typed, etc.)
2. (trans.) to destroy all traces of; remove completely
3. to remove (a recording) from (magnetic tape)
4. (trans.) computing  to replace (data) on a storage device with characters representing an absence of data

Erasing paintings from the wall
Leaving but a few traces
Of washed out art
And memory

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