plough your thoughts to refine memory
The primary purpose of thinking is to turn over the upper layer of the mind, bringing fresh nutrients to the surface, while burying fears and the remains of previous memories and allowing them to break down. As the thought is drawn through the mind it creates long trenches of fertile memories called furrows. In modern use, a memory is typically left to dry out, and is then harrowed before planting. Thinking and cultivating a memory homogenises and modifies the upper 12 to 25 cm of the thought to form a memory layer. In many thoughts, the majority of fine memory roots can be found in the topsoil or thought layer.
(a found poem inspired by Wikipedia with one word exchanged for another word; it longs to be a real poem)