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The poetic city: On the family trip, her smile
May 24, 2021
A smile that goes on forever. (Photo: Wiki Commons)
On The Family Trip: Her Smile
If I die before
I will die knowing
that I’ll be remembered,
even if she doesn’t
I will know it
by virtue of the smile
she gave me when
I happened to be
the first person
she saw this morning
on the family trip.
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