When

When I was five
and you were seven
we were pirates of pretend 
burying our treasure.

When you were thirteen 
and I was eleven
I remember you covered and left me 
beneath beach warm sand

 When I was nineteen
and you were twenty-one
we buried our differences,
laughed about the bubble gum episode.

 When I was twenty-nine,
you would have been
thirty-one.


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