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Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

to my son’s first friend, whom I have not yet met

treat him right, Joshua

your new pal

this new-found friend

your china

this fresh bud

 

you might not remember him twenty years from now,

but maybe he will remember you

 

one day, you may be alone,

staring up into a blue space, searching for red balloons

 

a new record

a forbidden book

the last ball of the final over, six needed to win

wing man? wing man

 

you might not remember him twenty years from now,

but maybe he will remember you

 

one day, far from home,

in a hotel room,

at a crossroads

in a bind,

 

you may need a second thought, another opinion,

a validation,

a justification,

a laugh or a cry

 

you might not remember him twenty years from now, Joshua

but maybe Tom will remember you

 

who’s going to be your dead hooker phone call?

 

 

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