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  • To the boy I kissed
    thirty-three summers ago
    under bowers of sycamore
    who ended his life on a treeless street
    in a house so neat and interchangeable
    that it could not protect
    what was within him.
    His regrets died with him
    but what of ours
    left hanging to multiply
    like infinite ripples
    seeking distant shores.
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