Michael Chu, comes to us wit a lovely thing called FORGOTTEN, in which two men seek magic to ease their regrets; one seeks to forget, while one must always remember.
It was stupid of me to say yes. I knew from the moment he asked that the
right answer was no. Magic is hard to perform on the living, and
hardest to perform on people. The mind is the single most complex part
of the human body, and memory the most complex part of the mind. The
amount of energy required is enormous, and the chance for failure is
high for even the most experienced practitioners. I was nothing more
than a novice teenager nursing a desperate crush, and I should have
walked away. But it was the first time he had ever said anything much
beyond a cursory ‘hello’ to me, and in my heart I knew that if I turned
him down, he would never talk to me again. So I agreed to his request.
It was the greatest mistake of my life.
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