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A poem

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I remember when the lights dimmed

In the hallway.

I could see your face but didn’t know

If you were really standing there.

In the foyer was a goldfish tank.

The one who ate the others, I thought.

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Kimberly Thomas

Kimberly Thomas

Traveler, lecturer, poet, writer, and Belgian waffle lover who’s constantly juggling life’s mis-adventures

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