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She leans her pink elbow on the green grass.
The rim of her glasses forms a dent on her cheek.
Her fingers are tendrils wrapped around a book.
She is a snail resting inside a paper shell.
I wonder what she reads in silence
and wipe mud off my scraped knees.
My feet shuffle across the ground chasing a softball
and my sneakers imprint dents on the field.
I am a bee shuffling through the leaves.
We are a world apart in the same backyard.
But under the moonlight,
we are both glowworms of the night
sparkling of different dreams.
- "I am a bee shuffling through the leaves"
- "She leans her pink elbow on the green grass"
- "and my sneakers imprint dents on the field"
- "We are a world apart in the same backyard"