No. 26


I say to others frequently,
"You never have seen and never will see
The trials youth afforded me"
With you this isn't so.

Together we saw many things:
The salty seas, lands vivid as dreams,
Cities great and the hopes they bring
That life now long ago.

The life we shared was split in two;
Sundered by goals clashing clans pursued
Which pocked our years with much ado
And things we dare not show.

But this I hope is evident
I harbor no quarrel or ill-intent
And long for us to, once again,
Let siblinghood here grow.

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