Naïveté

Julia Randall

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Rolling forward on ten-year-old toes,
Child fingers fumbling with a clothespin.

Fastening the brown plush to the white clothesline,
The teddy bear swung in the breeze.

Button eyes sparkling in the sun, limbs splayed,
Aired of cigarette smoke.

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