Reunion - Poem by David McLansky
Time has etched our handsome faces
Our lives have run their separate races;
Once in youth we tried romance
And found we failed that sacred dance;
Unencumbered as we might be,
Can we two merge our histories?
Thirty years, you're still insane;
Thirty years, you've nothing learned
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