Friends Again

I think to when we ran together untill we both fell in the grass in the arms of the Tetons

I cartwheeled. You rolled down the rocky hill. We would only end up laughing.

I hated peas, you told me it was okay to wash them down the sink... till the drain clogged 

I think to the summers, bonfires, smoked BBQ and you.


Now, I ride past the Tetons, the hills, and I still hate peas, but I eat them now.  

All I know is I saw you running beside my car on the freeway. My foot stopped on the pedal. YOu caught up and we hugged very tight. It was just like old times.

I never felt as safe as when you told me, we are always friends.  


Becasue I need you to survive, and you need me to exist. 

This poem is about: 
Our world


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