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Those Two Women

Updated on September 1, 2013

With My Cousins

You can't see the trailer house in this photo. sorry.
You can't see the trailer house in this photo. sorry. | Source

Gal Pals

by A. Gagliardi

The photo of those women reminded me of

long pleasant years of shared lives - only the good stuff remembered

- except for the trailer house in the background.

Those two women could be us with your paisley dress and my checkered apron

trading tips and recipes that bind us together

- except for the trailer house in the background.

As girls, we met each day for school and then afterward to play.

I remember riding home on my bicycle over dirt roads and laughing about everything

- except for the trailer house in the background.

You and I studied together, learned together and I remember that we shared every thought in our heads. I told you everything

- except for the trailer house in the background.


Are you as glad as me that we are still friends and that our lives have intertwined

with the wine of lives well-lived?

- except for the trailer in the background.

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