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Mar 31
minutes shy of eleven,
       the sharp blur of too many streetlights
   aiding the throb of caffeine

we lay in the road under a starless sky
            and flirted with death
    for the sake of adrenaline

        cold, wind burning my lungs
              long route back, avoiding trouble
         but my smiles were real

                                               and so were you
George Anthony
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George Anthony  20/M/England
       Hector, TD, nish, Ray Dunn, PoetryJournal and 1 other
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