Annual Letter Home

March 5, 2018

Death was
 summer camp.
Untied shoe laces, blue balls.
Sun meant waking up.
I left mud stained on her dress,
 leaving the mound after a long game.
Weeks are months are years,
  cabin fever.
My eyes are leeches in the water.
My body never remembers to mail letters.

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