“Childhood Memories”

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Dirty Jordans
I remember when
We couldn’t afford em
Make A Wish foundation
Got me my first pair
My first laptop too
I’m grown up now
At least that’s what they
Tell me
But I’m still playing
Bejeweled
Still tryna beat your
High score
Or maybe I don’t want to
I just want to look up
And see your initials
A sign that you’re still here
I can hear your voice in my ear
“Son, have no fear.”
“I gave birth to a king
And he’s been through everything.”
“I’m so

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