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Autumn

by Imogen Ray 3 months ago in performance poetry / love poems
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Autumn
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I still remember those autumn nights,

The ones where our laughs would light up the sky,

Where the stars would glow just for us.

I remember those nights we spent curled up around fires,

Eating grocery store sheet cake.

I still remember the genuine smiles,

Where our eyes would crinkle and scrunch.

I remember skateboarding down an empty street,

High off the feeling of freedom,

Our laughter erupting from our bellies as the wind tickled our hair.

I still remember those autumn nights when we had not a care in the world,

Only each other.

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